Looking back at 2021’s gardening season

We had a decent summer. I got really busy and have not updated here in awhile. My main garden is fenced, inside another fence (for our dogs). The deer have not really gotten in until this year – my dogs are getting older and I guess don’t really bark at the deer when they come in. The deer figured this out and essentially annihilated my main garden toward the end of the season. They ate all my tomatoes, and zucchini, and anything else they found out there. I did get a good harvest but I had to get what I could before they could eat it all. There are some things I didn’t even get to harvest because of the deer, including cauliflower and broccoli. Looking forward to next year, I’m going to have to make my garden fence taller, or something. I’ll figure that out. Luckily they didn’t get into our cottage garden (not sure why, but I’ll take it). For now, here are some cool pictures of the end of our gardening season 2021:

4 thoughts on “Looking back at 2021’s gardening season

  1. Grandma November 14, 2021 / 12:44 am

    We had sunchokes too. Loved them roasted, but gave terrible gas.

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    • Jen Powell November 14, 2021 / 9:23 am

      I still haven’t tried them. I put them in a few years ago as a “perpetual vegetable” that I wouldn’t have to plant every year. 🙂

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  2. Linda E Keohane November 15, 2021 / 11:12 am

    Totally Cool… Keep It Up, Jen!

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