Bondi Resort Blog

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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Harvest Reds

I'm not sure we ever get the gardens completely 'put to bed' for the winter. There is still a lot of mulch to go down, for example. Some of the deer fencing gets put away before the snow pulls it down to the ground.

The red onions are harvested, however. And the beets -- some of which are large enough to feed a small country, they, too are coming out of the ground.

The forecast for tomorrow indicates t-shirts and sandals will be in order, so we'll be in the gardens again!

1 comment:

  1. I remember my dad finished off growing vegetables in the garden one summer after the deer got into everything... pretty much required to fence things off in that area.