Fields of Grace to see if they could use them. They glean fields and home gardens for the food banks, and they were happy to come by for the beans. I threw in a few butternuts and sweet peppers as well. I wish I'd known about their organization earlier! I have their number for next year. I left the later planting of Fortex beans, on the right side of the kennel. They will give us plenty for fresh eating.
I'll spend the next couple of days dismantling the raspberry bed and rebuilding it (for the tomatoes) in a new location. I hope I can salvage enough canes to plant a new 12' row. Speaking of raspberries, these are a one crop, summer bearing variety. But one plant didn't know that, and it blossomed and is forming berries! I'll be leaving it alone to see if I actually get ripe fruit from it.
The north garden, looking east.
The north garden, looking west. It looks quite bare with the corn, squash and leeks all removed.
The east garden. The peppers are still growing and producing.