There's a freeze warning for Sunday morning so I head for the garden to pick the last of the green peppers.
Good bye to the nasturtiums that have been so prolific . . .
Still, this could mean a comeback for the kale and collards that had suffered a bad bug infestation. They may continue to grow, bug free. Plus, they're generally reckoned to taste sweeter after a frost.
John has tilled the garden tiers and sowed crimson clover seed . . .
I almost fill a bucket with peppers and a few last eggplants and bring them to the house.
Cory gives the harvest her careful attention.