I suppose it's not technically winter yet, and by the time it is the few items in my garden will be gone. Besides somehow, it doesn't really feel like fall after Thanksgiving. All the Christmas items hit the stores and the radio and it feels like winter.
At any rate, this was the first time I've planted any seeds for fall harvesting. I planted broccoli and peas, which were doing fabulously until Hurricane Sandy passed through. Thankfully, a few items I planted did survive the high winds and our recent morning frosts.
I'm pleased that most of the seeds I planted in late July did well. Next year I'll have to try to plant the peas and broccoli just a little earlier.
It's Rural Thursday! Please note that this will be the last Rural Thursday, so I hope that everyone will take the time to link up today with Nancy from A Rural Journal and myself. I have really enjoyed reading your posts over the past months, but want to maximize the time spent with my family during the holiday season. Huge thanks to Nancy for inviting me to cohost Rural Thursday! So to participate today, just grab the code beneath the button and paste it into your blog post. Then come back to add your post to the linky. Please make sure you comment on at least 5 other blog participants. I always look forward to visiting and reading what you write!