Between the fact that we’re getting a nor’easter tonight (just with rain instead of snow, woo!), and that the official check out day for the garden is Wednesday, I pulled out a whole bunch of things from the community bed this morning.
I did have one tomato plant left, but wanted that cage and stake under cover for tonight, so that came out, as well as the rest of the peppers, the marigolds, the borage, and the sorrel. I’d pulled the eggplants and the other peppers, as well as tomato #2, last weekend.
That leaves collards, sprouting broccoli and kale, as well as the calendula, which is still so happy, I couldn’t bear to take it out. We’re allowed to leave anything for as long as we can so long as it’s still producing, so I’ll take them out once they’re no longer blooming.
We still haven’t had a frost yet this year, which is just wacky.
At home, I pulled out the tomato cages (and the last tomato), and the clematis trellis. The Thai basil and shiso were looking a bit manky, so those went too. Other than that, everything else is still out.