Freezing temperatures (and a bit of snow) hit over the weekend.
To be honest, I am happy about it as it means I can finally pull out the flowers and (now) dead plants to prepare the garden beds before winter.
It's temporary - it's going to warm up again in the coming week. Last Wednesday night was another frost and I decided to just harvest all of the beans and let the plants die. I can't be bothered to keep covering them up every day or two.
Same thing with the last pumpkin plant. Unfortunately, I still didn't get a ripe pumpkin! I hope this pumpkin is riper than the last one I harvested prematurely - it turned out to have almost no flavour at all.
I have nothing from the greenhouse this week as I'm intentionally not going inside ... I don't want to let out what little warmth there is. I'll check it out mid-week when the temps are a bit warmer. So my main harvests this week are root veggies: Albion parsnips and Nantes carrots.
And that's my weekly submission for Harvest Monday. Pop on over to Our Happy Acres to see what other gardeners are doing this week.