Food, dogs, gardening, books.
Wow, snow and freeze, you are further into fall than we are. So far it has stayed just above zero at night. We are having a warm spell this weekend though, up to 20 in the day. I had no idea raspberries were harvested for such a long period of time.
It will warm up again, but with the mountains directly to the west, we start getting teasers of winter fairly early on. Doom for the warm-weather vegetables, but the cool-weather stuff will soldier on for a bit.I wish I knew which cultivar of berries these are, as they are quite prolific. I wonder if picking the ripe ones immediately helps them keep producing. I was more on top of that this year.
I never knew the plants were called canes....
you'll get some more. ours keep coming. that is a glorious picture.
db, I'm not sure why. Maybe because they're covered with sweetness, like candy canes. Rose branches are called canes, too.Thanks, Bee! I did in fact get a handful today. Each day is a gift now.