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The Last Tomato Sandwich of the Summer

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The equinox will be here in 2 days and it’s still summerlike in Virginia. Sadly, the garden is winding down. There’s stuff to harvest, but that won’t last too much longer.

Two hours of cleaning in the garden happened today.

Corn gone brown.

Corn gone brown.

Corn gone.

Corn gone.

Down.

Down.

Ghost peppers thriving. Watch out!

Ghost peppers thriving. Watch out!

Equinox harvest

Equinox harvest

Sadly, that purple thing is an eggplant. I have failed as a gardener.

The volunteer sycamore is getting too big for the garden now.

The volunteer sycamore is getting too big for the garden now.

Equinox Harvest

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Fall is arriving, both astronomically and in terms of the weather here on Earth.

The Autumn garden cleanup is only 25% complete. Here’s the last big haul.

Harvest on the Equinox

Harvest on the Equinox

There is plenty of work to do yet to prepare for winter.

Corn down.  Sunflower down.  Call 911.

Corn down. Sunflower down. Call 911.

Plenty of hot peppers to come.

Plenty of hot peppers to come.

The last remaining row of giant sunflowers.

The last remaining row of giant sunflowers.

Watermellon patch, scraggly last corn and browning tomatoes

Watermellon patch, scraggly last corn and browning tomatoes