From commentor Noreen in Buffalo:
I have enjoyed the garden photos you have been sharing in the garden blog so here are a couple of mine. The garden produce is starting to be harvested. This usually means I walk around & come back with a handful of mixed veg. Since my garden expresses itself in footage rather than acreage, the photos are correspondingly “micro” – taken by my daughter.
I’m making notes on tomato varieties to add to my “must have” list. Best discoveries for me this year are Stupice (extra-early), Kellogg’s Breakfast (huge & delicious), and the Golden Sweet Plum cherry that seems to have replaced the old Yellow Pear. Off my list: the Heirloom Great White (an impulse purchase from the local nursery) — it’s dramatic to look at but doesn’t have much flavor raw or roasted.
How are everyone’s summer gardens winding down / fall gardens taking shape?