September has been quite hot and the kitchen garden keeps happily producing. This year I have added many varieties of onions, and a few peppers… most actually turn out to be way too spicy for us, so they are mostly a photooportunity before being gifted out to some spicy trained palates 🙂

 

General view from the daybed’s corner:

Kitchen garden at la Baye des Anges

 

Chard

Kitchen garden at la Baye des Anges

 

Rhubarb

Kitchen garden at la Baye des Anges

 

Peppers

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The basil has grown taller than the onions!

Kitchen garden at la Baye des Anges

 

The strawberries are still happily going, they are tiny but super tasty

Kitchen garden at la Baye des Anges

Kitchen garden at la Baye des Anges

Kitchen garden at la Baye des Anges

Kitchen garden at la Baye des Anges

 

Tomatoes

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Calendula, a good neighbour for the tomatoes

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Courgettes

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The crop

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It is also time to do some planting, now that the rain is finally showing up. Although the skies have been menacing all week-end, we ended up having a very short but terribly strong storm in the end. Climate change is definitely happening and water harvesting is one of my priorities in the very short term.

 

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Love my indigo nails after the Indigo Aidate course @Buaisu 😉

Kitchen garden at la Baye des Anges