October is a good time to reflect on the growing season, while you can still remember what you planted! Not much is going on, so I’ve been turning the compost pile and moving some finished compost to the garden beds.
Reds, golds, browns, and greens dominate. Japanese blood grass is still shining in the garden, while other colors fade.
Herbs like parsley and mint love the cooler weather. Time to make some keftedes!
This is a good time to add a few decorations to the garden.
Enjoy the crisp, cool days!
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