Over the weekend I walked past the garden and looked over the fence. The pepper plants looked good, and had a few small peppers on them. The mortgage lifter tomato plants that I thought had died were green. I found 3 small red tomatoes and several large green tomatoes.
The bermuda grass in the garden is so thick and tall that I'm considering just mowing it down. The tomato plants are in the front corner so I can work on the rest of the garden and leave them alone for awhile longer. Maybe I'll get a few more red tomatoes before the first frost hits, usually at the end of October.
How do you prepare your garden for winter?
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