Early Gardens

I just dug the garlic from my garden last night.  For those of you who are keeping score at home, that is a solid month earlier than I normally do.  The peas have all flowered and fruited and withered already.  The chokecherries are done.  The onions, except where I planted too close to the walnut trees, look like they usually do in the middle of August.  The dill, and oregano, and cilantro is going to seed.   I am already taking in zucchini.   Everything that the heat has not withered seems ahead of itself, and I feel as if the weather should soon be breaking into fall, except that it is only now mid-way through July.

1 comment
  1. Curtis said:

    A second, and unprecedented growing season, in Onatario?

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