September Posted on October 3, 2020 by glenalmus 0 The white wood asters and blue stemmed goldenrod in bloom. herbs and other potted plants been seeing a lot of praying mantis a closeup of the blue stemmed goldenrod Bumper crop of peppers this year and the Moondurang tomatoes are still producing. Yukon potatoes did well, too. We have them stored down in the basement. I’m extending the bed off the back patio. Moving columbine and white wood aster from the cracks of the patio brick. The butternut did well, too. This photo was taken before we had a bit of frost. The black locust tree and chestnut oak (smaller tree to right and behind) are doing very well. We planted them 4 years ago. I love our meadow in September. A closer look at the New York ironweed, jewelweed and boneset. New York ironweed blue cardinal flower in the meadow closer to the road This little tree frog hitched a ride to the farmers market with me. We cleaned out the mudroom and shed this month. These photos are of the shed. purple stem aster down by the creek Canada goldenrod also down by the creek The aster and goldenrod down by the creek. With Darcy’s help we harvested 56 butternut squash. We left many unripe ones in the field. They won’t ripen because we got such an early frost which made the vines die back.