Saturday on the Farm

It was another great harvest week! The Raspberries are starting to come in heavy. So yummy!

This is our tomato jungle. lol Yes, not staking them up was not a good idea!

We were excited to pick grapes off our vines. This is the first year we’ve gotten this many. Usually the birds and the chickens eat them all.

We have 4 vines, and were pleased to get this basket full of grapes.

These pictures Thursday night, and here’s everything we harvested that night.

These are the same vegetables as in the basket above, just out of the  basket.

And a very pretty Zinnia that Hannah planted in the middle of blooming.

Now that you’ve seen my gardens, what’s in your gardens?

Here are a few websites I found interesting and helpful this week:

How to Save Cucumber Seeds
How to dry basil
How to Propagate Geraniums Using Cuttings


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Saturday on the Farm is a blog carnival that lets us share links to our blog post. It’s fun to visit each others farms.

To participate in Saturday on the Farm:

  • Write a post about your homestead, farm, farmette, or the tomato plant on your deck. Your cows, goats, chicken, or your favorite kitty cat.
  • Add the link to your post (not your main page) below.
  • Please link back to me so others can join the fun, too.




For more Farm & Garden posts, please visit:
Homestead Barn Hop
Bloomin’ Tuesday
Frugal Gardening 101
Fertilizer Friday/ Flaunt Your Flowers


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  1. Wow, you are producing lots of lovely things! :)
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  2. Carol Samsel says:

    Those raspberries look delicious! So does the rest of the food…My garden barely produced anything this year…maybe next will be better.

  3. I thank you so much for linking in this week. It is an honor to host Friday’s Flaunt and meet new friends and visit the regulars (who are like old friends) who share. I am always excited to tour each post and see the different flowers/ projects and garden art that everyone flaunts. It is a pleasure to tour and see all the gorgeous blooms…and I appreciate each and every link and comment! I hope you will link in again soon!
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