Six on Saturday – 29th August 2020

This week I am combining Six on Saturday with the Lens-artist photograph challenge, using the word “Growing”. So what is growing in the garden this week?

  1. Twin courgettes – in fact con-joined twins.
Courgette

2. Squash: very little fruit – too wet and cold this year I think.

Squash plants

3. Runner beans – not plentiful, but there at least. Let’s hope for a good September so we get a good crop.

Runner beans

4. Rose – possibly the last rose of summer.

Rose

5. Chamomile flowers.

Chamomile

6. Beetroot – we have had nice sized beetroot this year.

Beetroot.

Thank you to The Propagator for hosting Six on Saturday, and

The Lens-Artists for hosting their weekly photo challenge.

26 thoughts on “Six on Saturday – 29th August 2020

  1. bushboy

    A wonderful collection from the meager garden produce Karina 🙂 let’s hope for a bumper bean crop. That Beetroot looks too good to eat. The last Rose should be in a vase inside so the last beauty can be seen and appreciated.

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  2. Paddy Tobin

    Peculiarly, runner beans have not done so well here this year as they normally overwhelm us. However, a climbing French bean has done fabulously well and they are keeping us supplied at present.

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    1. Murtagh's Meadow Post author

      Even my french climbing failed to do much and they were in the poly too – never mind next year. Glad you got a good crop though.

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  3. Tina Schell

    An excellent combo opportunity this week MM – your plants look very healthy! Last rose of summer made me a bit sad but then again this year especially it will be okay to put into the history books and move on from!

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  4. Leya

    Your garden and growings look all tasty – so you had too little of that this year? It doesn’t show in your photos. Well photographed all. I read you can see your rose from the window – that sounds comforting. Sadly I have no roses left.

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