The sudden plunge in temperature is making all our fall crops perky. The collards and Brussels sprouts are loving it and the broccoli looks so happy. We waited about as late as we could to plant because summer hung around extra long this year. So, I hope the plants have enough time to give us a decent crop before a hard frost hits. Of course, by tomorrow it will be back in the 80s so I don't know why I'm even worrying about this!
Shown here are our soy beans, or, as they are also known, edamame. Many people don't think about just eating soy beans, but they are good alone, in soups and stews and make excellent humus. This is my first time growing them so I'm curious about how they'll do.
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Yes, hope grows.