I had a hawkmoth buzzing my petunias this evening, Norma, so I thought of you. LOL
The pigeons took another picture of the garden late this afternoon. The tomatoes are pretty much done except for the Matt's Wild Cherry which is disease-free and still going strong. The fall cucumbers are beginning to bloom now. The beans are about finished as well so I'll leave the remainder of the pods to mature and dry out for next year's seed. The husks on the ears of popcorn are brown and ready to be harvested.
Open-pollenated Amish heirloom "Pennsylvania Butter-Flavored" white popcorn...
Dang Pete, donít even think of me when you see a hawkmoth.
It is weird, but I only saw two of those bugger hornworms this summer, but that sure was enough for me.
Thanks for a picture of your garden and the open-pollinated Amish white popcorn. The white popcorn looks great.
I only have peppers, tomatoes and herbs in my garden now. Will have to take a few pictures in the next few days. I also have a big harvest of spiders.