The weather here in Minnesota took a sharp turn last week from highs in the 90's with a summer like feel, to highs in the 70's with that distinct crisp fall air. Some trees have even started to show signs of color, led off by our neighbor's maple who's display is already near peaking!
We have been busy harvesting and enjoying hundreds of pounds of produce over the past few weeks but even as the primary growing season is starting to draw to a close we're still sewing another round of crops for late fall harvests.
Having harvested the rest of the potatoes, the onions, and artichokes we were left with several areas ready open for planting. Between these areas we sewed fall crops of spinach and several variates of lettuce. With their fast germination, and growth, we are really looking forward to enjoying salads and spinach again in a few weeks!