This is the last of the cucumbers for this season


Autumn is here. The leaves on the trees in the forest around us are beginning to change color. It is hunting season in our neck of the woods. The garden is winding down for the year. Tonight’s temperature is a low of 3 Celsius. My cucumber plants are  light yellow and brown. Hubby harvested these cucumbers as he pulled up the plants today. The plants are lying in the compost bin and I am going to make Salt brine pickles out of these tomorrow.

Posted on September 22, 2014, in Gardening. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. I harvested our second cucumber this evening – it was a bit bitter but my daughter loved it. And now the plant has finished there is space on my windowsill for the geranium from the patio.

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