Summer has been technically over several weeks ago, but in my garden, summer is just coming to an end.
Fewer flowers are opening up, more and more plants are drying off, and my vegetable garden is not producing new crops…just letting the remaining ones to complete its cycle.
We had few very cold nights already, but today was a gorgeous day; so with the help of my camera, I captured the remaining beauties in my garden.
My overwhelming May schedule prevented me from finding time to keep up with my blog, but I should be back on track now…:-)
Today I will share some pictures of my vegetable garden.
Europeans love serving various home-made sauces with their meats and potatoes.
Even though pasta and rice often accompanies meat dishes, potatoes are most popular.
One of those sauces widely used in Eastern Europe, is a Fresh Dill Cream Sauce, which pairs great with Varenyky, Meatless Holubtsy, Palushky, Kendle, Vegetarian Burgers, etc.
Gardening if a fun hobby of mine, but it takes time and patience to make it successful.
I was away from home for a week, and my garden “missed” me….:-)…actually it has gone wild.
My flower beds became overgrown with random plants, and my squash totally lost track of it’s “normal” size.
If you like pickles, this post will interest you, and you will be pleasantly surprised about how easy it is to make your own delicious pickles.