Fall veggie garden tour-2021-Nice to see it when it was in it’s prime!

2021 was a year of abundance in the garden as we had much needed rain from monsoons and almost everything thrived. Here is the fall garden tour that I filmed in September 2021. I held off posting this till now as I like to revisit the garden to remind me of what the garden looked like in it’s glory. Now in January the garden is dead, dead, dead so it’s nice to see it when it was thriving. Something to dream about again!

7 comments on “Fall veggie garden tour-2021-Nice to see it when it was in it’s prime!

  1. Pam Grob says:

    Fantastic video! What an amazing garden you had year!

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  2. Bonnie says:

    Lovely Garden!

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  3. Linda says:

    Wonderful. Inspiring. Reflects lots of knowledge and hard work.

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  4. Sherry says:

    You had me at “entering the garden under a grape arbor”. Lovely garden packed full of ideas about what to grow and how to grow it.

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  5. tonytomeo says:

    DId I ask about the rhubarb already? What cultivar is it? Mine is likely the common ‘Victoria’. I do not really know for certain. I got it from my great grandfather before I was in kindergarten. It is so excellent and so familiar that I never considered another cultivar. However, another cultivar showed up at work! I have no idea what it is, but it looks interesting, with green stalks, without the garnet streaks. The person who planted it has not been here for several years.

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    • My rhurbarb is actually Victoria too. Some stalks have the red streak and some don’t but I agree it is an excellent variety!

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      • tonytomeo says:

        ? It looks so . . . flat. I mean that the leaves are not as wrinkled as mine are. It looks more like what I found at work. If yours is Victoria and looks like that, then what I found at work could be Victoria also. If what I found at work is too similar to mine, I will not mix them, and will likely not perpetuate any more of it. I will only add it to my garden if it is something different. Otherwise, I have always been pleased with Victoria, and see no need to intentionally add anything else. Some cultivars do not sound very appealing, especially those that are not as tart. I mean, rhubarb is supposed to be tart! Although I can grow just about anything, I never learned how to cook. However, I would like to make a rhubarb compote! I have no idea what that is, but is sounds awesome!

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