Pumpkin Puree time.
Fall finally hit with a couple of killing frosts
which has put an end to most of the plants but
the most cold tolerant.
I picked most of the pumpkins and brought them inside.
I've got plans for pumpkin cake in the very near future.
My neighbor, Simone, made a wreath out of
the grape vines when we pulled up our grape plants.
They had amazing fruit but we couldn't stay ahead
of the annual black rot that is so common here.
I took a trip to the attic and grabbed some of my
Fall decorations to wrap the wreath in leaves,
flowers and nuts. It needs a bow or something
so I will have to keep digging through my tubs.
I still have this problem.
I may have to have my husband saw it out if
I want to try saving it!
I still have to figure out what to do with Green Pumpkins.
Will they turn orange inside and still taste good?
Are there green pumpkin recipes?
These two have turned about half way orange
so maybe they will finish off inside?
These are my burning bushes that line the side of the house.
You can see them behind the pumpkin that has grown into the
cattle fencing. I love the beautiful red color it turns in the Fall.