Harvest Monday: Fall is in the air

Brrr!  While tomatoes still rule the Henbogle harvest, I fear it won’t be long, as today’s high temperature was in the low 60s and the cool weather will be around for a few more days.  I have a few tomatoes ready to pick tomorrow, and I will, then we’ll see if any more ripen.  My next big harvest will be winter squash and pumpkins, and fall greens are starting to come along –although I need to get some more greens sowed!

This weeks totals:

Herbs — 14 oz
Chard — 12 oz
Squash — 3 lbs 1 oz
Peppers — 11 oz
Snap Beans — 6 lbs 12 oz
Tomatoes — 17 lbs 3 oz

Total pounds: 501.69

The week’s harvest tally brings the value of my harvests throughout the season to $1680.81. Expenses remained the same at $305.54, bringing the net value to $1,375.27.

See who else is contemplating the end of summer harvests at Daphne’s Dandelions Harvest Monday series, where gardeners share their news, both good and bad.


3 Responses to “Harvest Monday: Fall is in the air”

  1. thyme2garden Says:

    Wow, your garden is really bringing on the value for you money-wise. I’m sure the additional value of growing and eating your own fresh veggies was priceless!

  2. kitsapFG Says:

    LOL! That has been our high temps for so often this summer that when it gets up to 68 I feel down right warm! Our tomatoes are pouting as a result this year.

    Enjoy the harvest and thanks for sharing it with us!

  3. Daphne Says:

    My garden will be sad when tomatoes no longer rule. I don’t have all that much of a fall garden. I did plant some spinach yesterday for the spring at least.

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