As for the fall garden, the planting of young Brussels Sprouts seedlings are settling in nicely (even though a bird or two topped a couple of plants). I am just about to go and transplant my thickly sown lettuce, arugula, chard, beets and spinach into less densely populated 4 inch pots, hoping to get seedlings into the garden in a few weeks. How they do will be anyone's guess - the angle of the sun means slower growth, but maybe that's a good thing, especially for the greens.
So all that will be left is pondering the outcomes, deciding what to plant for next year, clean up of the driveway (I hate that part!), and dreaming of a bountiful harvest of all things vegetable next season!
As for this blog - I will be a bit more intermittent, but there is lots to talk about - what's next for the dwarf project, my growing plans for next year, deciding which seedlings to sell......so don't go away!