My fall garden is doing very well, and now I’m once again dealing with an excess of greens. And some of the stars of summer are producing into the fall. I’m still getting jalapeños and other peppers, plus a few tomatoes here and there (Romas and Dr. Carolyns). And the Swiss Chard is as productive as ever. But the fun stuff is all the tender, new plants I sowed in early September.
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