Wordless Wednesday: Harvest 2015

These are never really wordless, but you get the idea. Today is a celebration of a season passing, and a season’s passion. Harvest time is satisfying, beautiful and temporary. Next we start fall crops. Here is a little of both.

8 types of basil ready for picking.

8 types of basil ready for picking.

homemade pesto

Homemade pesto from home grown basil (variations of vegan with almonds, vegan with walnuts, and traditional with cheese with pine nuts), tucked into the freezer for safe keeping.

Some home grown, some pilfered. All beautiful.

Some home grown, some pilfered. All beautiful.

2 bushels of sweet potatoes came from the ground. All volunteers.

2 bushels of sweet potatoes came from the ground. All volunteers.

Gardenerd Homestead Honey harvest 2015. More than twice what we got last year.

Gardenerd Homestead Honey harvest 2015. More than twice what we got last year.

And what’s next? Fall!

Red and yellow onions sprouting in a seed flat. They will go in the ground at the end of the month.

Red and yellow onions sprouting in a seed flat. They will go in the ground at the end of the month.

Broccoli, cabbage and more grow under lights for October planting.

Broccoli, cabbage, and more grow under lights for October planting.

Out with the old, in with the new. Marigolds sprout under dead seed heads.

Out with the old, in with the new. Marigolds sprout under dead seed heads.

What are you pulling from your garden these days? Post your haul / stash / treasures here.

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