The onion harvest was plentiful.
The joys of compost - sometimes a seed survives the breaking down process and begins a new life in the strangest places. This rogue petunia is happily living with the beets.
The tomato jungle. An entire raised bed full of Roma (paste) tomatoes and one lone, low-acid yellow tomato for eating with fresh basil on toast - yum!
The skullcap is flowering pretty little blue blossoms.
An early squash sits fat and happy at the edge of the bed.
The simple fountain gurgles away while I'm mucking around the garden. It's a favoured watering station for Daisy the kitty.
The weather will cool soon enough. I've noticed a few 'tells' this week along the river. The salmon are back - early this year. The quail have given up keeping to pairs (and families) and are back to flocking in groups. I saw them moving through the neighbours' yards, fattening up already. An early winter this year? It's hard to say - but I hope not. I'm looking forward to a nice long autumn!