first frost

brr!
i hope some plants will keep on going anyways as the rest of the week looks ok for above freezing nights.
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john115 wrote:

already planted the garlic here. some of it is up and growing.
today was beautiful weather and i took advantage of that and started working on reshaping one of the bean patches. looks like the next week is about the same type of weather. i expect to be happily sore for the next few weeks if i can get all the digging finished.
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john115 said:

south, east and west of us has had some rain. No frost yet, though.
This is the first year I've ever had fall lettuce and bok choi bolt. The weather has stressed them a lot.
Was able to pick some greens to add to wonton soup for dinner yesterday, and pick a few more ripe tomatoes.
Some of the squash look to need another week or so without frost to finish ripening.
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