abundance in the garden

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buttercup squash promises to feed us
well after summer is long gone.

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a great variety in color and taste.

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zucchini tomato bake

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breakfast every day right now. I feel a little guilty not sharing more of them…

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and the indigo got a second haircut today and is drying now.

6 thoughts on “abundance in the garden

  1. shemann

    I never got my indigo seeds to come up. We are having drought conditions. What a bummer. Could you share your recipe?, what a fab harvest!!

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  2. Donna

    The zucchini-tomato bake looks great.
    I’ve had indigo shrub growing in my yard for a couple of years now. I never even though about using it for dye!

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