to market, to market
And what, you ask, would I pile on the back of this truck?
Well for starters, my greenhouse is overflowing with leftover potted zinnias and sunflowers that I grew from seed, as well as San Marzano tomatoes and pepperoncini peppers... not to mention that our acreage full of corn is doing so well that it's almost the height of the little greenhouse!
Zinnias... lots and lots of zinnias would be available. This one is a particular favorite this year.
My dahlias along the chicken coop have been going strong since June! Unheard of at Red Gate Farm... in fact there has been a couple of summers where I was lucky to get one or two blooms by the middle of August! And at the very bottom corner of the photo is a grape plant... and it is loaded with little bunches of grapes that seem to grow overnight!
Perhaps I could plan ahead next year and plant some extra impatiens to include...
My impatiens planted from seed have really filled in and look bushy and fantastic...
And I love the white and how it pops even in the shade or the evening.
And finally, one of my all time... old school favorites. The sweet pea. I've been patiently waiting for these super spicy smelling flowers and finally was a able to pick a little bunch last week... now they're everywhere!
But they're still pretty hard to beat.
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