Enjoy! Our growing season is fast coming to an end. Only a few more weeks of the farmers' market. I suppose that is why it is so special!!Best,Bonnie
Same here! I'll miss it so much!
Fun fact: carrots werent originally orange but rather brown and purple
I did not know that, how interesting!
aren't home grown carrots the best? i just love them!
Just like candy! Duke loves them too!
Why is it that what you grows tastes so much better.cathy
That's wonderful. Great looking veggies!
Thank you, I was thrilled with them!
And it's all going to taste so good! Those carrots look nice and straight. You did something right. ☺
Vee, it was beginners luck!!!
Fresh carrots are so delicious! Enjoy!
Thank you, we've really enjoyed them!
Good for you! It looks like you have everything you need for a nice soup or stew!!XO,Jane
I feel like they should have a fancy dish! LOL!!!
Rabbits everywhere are drooling!
Ha ha ha, I took care o a coworkers & gave her bunnies the tos!
never tried growing carrots...maybe next year...
You won't be disappointed!
Lucky girl, I wish I could have a gartden too!!Have a nice day
I'll bet you could grow them in a pot!
How fun to grow your own vegetables Mary. I bet they tasted really, really fresh. Looks like I see some heirloom tomatoes too.Sam
We did grow heirloom, they were soooo yummy!
Good for you! All the vegetables look wonderful. The carrots will be delicious and sweet. I like that you chose heirloom varieties too. Can't wait to see what you pick next.
Thank you! My garden is on the wane, as the temps start to drop! But I do have some nice surprises that I picked after I did this post!
Beautiful harvest!!Knowing you... you will make something delicious with all that garden goodness :)*smileK.
I'm thinking of putting some aside for Thanksgiving!!! Carrots are my favorite veggie!
Wonderful harvest! So colorful and pretty!
Thank you, I really enjoy my garden!
i love your hydrangias, your pup duke and garden treasures. enjoy your day!
Thank you Jody! You have a great day too!
Isn't it satisfying to haul in your own food from the backyard ?!? Hurray for you! You've got soup for supper!
I love it! We keep expanding the garden each year! We started with one bed, now we have 7!
Were your carrots sweet? I've never grown them and have heard they are sugar sweet and lovely on the tongue.
It's like eating candy! You should try it!
There is nothing better than eating from the garden! I wish I had enough sun to grow carrots. I tried once and failed miserably.
It was pure beginners luck! I am lucky I have a very sunny back yard!!! Thanks for stopping by!
Wow, look at you! Your carrots look beautiful. (So do the other veggies, too.) No food tastes better than what you've grown in your own backyard.
Home grown is best, that's for sure! Thanks for stopping by!
Look at those carrots! They are beautiful! I bet they taste amazing. Love that you had a successful crop!
It's so much fun pulling them out of the ground!
Glad to see someone had a very productive garden, mine was a bust. Very pretty carrots, they would pair up nicely next to a pot roast and mashed potatoes.Have a lovely weekend, Julie.
So sorry o hear that Julie!! Mmmm, that pt roast sounds yummy!
Very nice veggies...and organic is the only way!
I agree! Veggies & fruits taste amazing!
Awwwww, I love this time of year, too. Your carrots look great. Cool thing-a-ma-jig showing all your posts, too. Very cool. Great job! Thanks so much for your visit and comment on my blog. Susan
Thanks Susan, I gave the blog a "mini face-lift" a few months ago! LOL!!!
me too!... aren't carrots just so wonderful to grow and you feel so satisfied... I went out and replanted and now have new carrots growing that should be ready by December... nature, she sure is marvellous!!
Wow, I'm amazed that you can grow into December! Our ground is usually rock solid by then!
Hi just joined your blog, the carrots look great. I also love this time of year, what a great blog this is. I am going to try out my green thumb this spring! We'll see if it works LOL Hugs, Lynn
Thank you Lynn! I look forward to "seeing" you around!!
Very envious of your carrot harvest-I’ve never had such good luck! Do enjoy them though probably by now they are long gone!!
This was my first time and I'm in love with them! LOL!!! I still have some ready to be pulled out, probably later this week and that will be the end of my carrot stash!
I admire anyone who can grow vegetables. I'll bet they taste even better since you grew them.
Elaine, it's so simple, all you need is some dirt, seeds, water and sunshine! You should give it a try!!!
We have a new blog hop over on our site. Will you link up with us on Wednesdays. I'd love for folks to find your blog through our hop! I can't wait for your next post.
Hi, thanks for stopping by, I will check it out and try for the Wednesday link ups!
Thank you so much! You are the best!
Your bounty of vegetables looks wonderful! Nothing better than a fresh carrot of tomato straight from the garden.
You are so right! We were really pleased with our garden this summer! Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Fall everyone! Richard from Amish Stories
Thank you, you too!
Excelente sin químicos sin aditivos me gustan mucho los productos orgánicos que saco de mi huerto ,sus zanahorias están hermosas,abrazos desde el sur de Chile .
I'm thrilled you've stopped by and I always enjoy your comments! Thank you!