Here are the walking onions all freshly planted
I've begun to dry our basil. We have some yummy Italian broadleaf basil that's been growing happily all summer in big pots on our back stairs. Well, those night time temps will be starting to take their toll I'm sure, so I've taken some cuttings to restart new smaller plants and begun to dry the leaves that are left. We don't have a dehydrator so I used our toaster oven. I set it at between 150/200 and pulled out the crumb tray just a little for air circulation. Once it got warmed up it took about 20 minuted to half an hour for each batch to dry. Here's a few pics of the process
Our young pear trees are getting ready to give us a few pears soon too!
And our close to the cliff apple tree is loaded again this season. Now I'm even more sure it's a Northern Spy.
It's almost harvest season for the farm across the road too. The corn is getting tall!
This is a Goji Berry. We planted this bush (?) earlier this summer. We were told it wouldn't fruit this year. Well...it did, but I don't think this will ripen before frost. I'll keep an eye on it though.