Summer ending for us here.
I am sure many gardeners living in Northern hemisphere are happy greeting spring.
Did not take many photo lately.
But here some what we had been harvesting at the end of summer.
Sorted some of our brown onions that are left curing in the shed, brought in some onion for the kitchen use which does not going to store well.
Pak choi grown in container and miraculously survive the extreme summer heat.
We harvested our first batch of kang kong/water spinach bamboo leaves, second summer broccoli and bonica eggplants.
Mice have been nibbling on the top of our root vegetables, so we harvested carrots and beetroots.
Beans, cherry tomatoes, brown onions and shallots.
Carrots and self-sowed amaranth (bayam).
We harvested our first banana capsicum that we grown from seeds this warm season.
Pak choi, hon tsai tai, daikon, baby beetroot and cherry tomatoes.
The weather has cool down a bit now.
Hoping that our summer veggies will set fruit well now.
It was too hot before for them to set fruit, although they have blooms.
Wishing for more cucurbit and solanum family harvest at the moment.
Visit Daphne's Dandellion for harvest monday and see what other gardeners doing with their harvest.