A strange summer

Here in Western Central Mass, it has been a warm summer with a drought. Still, if you could keep the garden watered, there are rewards. Yields have been good for us.

By now, usually, squash leaves are kind of dying back. Not so much this year and we are still getting lovely blossoms on our own saved seed Waltham Butternut Squash.

Peppers and tomatoes are still growing as is some of the basil. the chervil, a cool weather herb is thriving.

Miracle of miracles, our dead fig tree has come back to life.

No one here in Quaboag country is complaining.

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