That's an idea--I make pretty good tomato sauce and can I freeze it? clancey
End of season is approaching. I will be out trimming the tomatoes tops and removing some foliage to improve light and air through the plants. Shorter days and cooler nights have brought in powdery mildew on the squashes. This may be the last week for the zucchinis.
It looks like you are making excellent use of your space, Dobish. Those photos are great. Thanks for posting them.I wish we had cooler nights, but we still had some mildew. Just cut back a lot, and we will see what happens. I don't understand how people have more than 1 zucchini plant.... so many zucchini this year! We have made about 30 quarts of tomato sauce this year so far.... mmmm
My rain guage has been at overflow for the last 3 months. I was a yard sale in Hull, MA las week and the guy there had a flourishing garden tomato garden, roma, slicing, etc all in pots hung to main center line.It's good to hear that you got some crops. You've had a wet summer. My SIL north of Boston has been complaining most of the summer about rain. Her tomatoes were a washout too, in containers.