We have been blessed with a week of light winds and pure sunshine that has topped off our blackboy peaches, put our tomatoes into overdrive, and all of the other good things of early autumn.
We are actively saving the stones to plant more of these amazing peaches.
Hard to keep up with the tomatoes at this point, and giving away the excess.
But eagerly awaiting our first capsicum.
The tamarillos got pounded by wind three weeks ago, but are recovering now.
These autumn raspberries are fabulous.
While strawberries still going after 3+ months.
First rock melon on the way.
Pumpkins curing before storage.
Monty’s Surprise apples will be ready in another month.
Big, beautiful broccoli flourishing despite white butterflies.
Even a rare chance to harvest seaweed on our coast. It usually does not wash up here.
We were invited to have dinner with an interesting European couple who spend six months each year on their farm nearby. They gave us these gorgeous pears.
And our dear friend Murray brought us these early Tropicana apples for us to enjoy.