It's still touch and go with the sugar snap peas. The vines blew off of the trellis during our last windstorm, but there are some blossoms showing on the few upright vines. I see just one pod developing so far.
The raspberry canes have been transplanted. Eventually this should be a more productive bed than the old bed, as it is nearly twice as long as the old 8' bed. Right now the canes share their spot with carrots, onions and the snap peas, but they'll have all that space to themselves before spring arrives.
There are still a lot of green tomatoes on the three remaining plants, but I'm only finding a bit of color on four or five a week now. Night temperatures have been dropping into the high 30s this week, so a frost is probably not far off.
The two new beds have been built, but the far bed still needs some soil and compost to bring the level even with the top. I put a few spinach transplants into the near raised bed, but next spring both beds will hold the tomato plants. There are still two broccoli plants giving me a few side shoots, the recently transplanted strawberries are looking strong and healthy.
The north garden is looking quite empty, but many of next year's planting beds have been cleaned up and prepared.
The east garden is empty, except for a few parsnips and nasturtiums along the fence at the left, and two or three lettuce plants, along with a few bunching onions in the net covered bed. The ground is littered with walnuts from the neighbor's tree. Too bad they're wormy and unusable.
A view of the north garden from the patio.
The garden shed has been cleaned up, and most of the tools have been cleaned and stored for next year. I've been busy washing buckets and containers for winter storage.
Great grandbaby Amaya Christine (Yaya) with proud daddy Aaron.
All dressed up for her trip home from the hospital. Mama says she's doing fine, a very good baby, just eats, sleeps and poops!