some Garden Cleaning and local mushrooms

I had some time to clean the garden (part of it) last weekend. The massive leaves of the squash are piled and ready for composting.



You never know what you'll find when you clean up. Check you the size of the zucchini that I couldn't see!



I know, it's kind of ghetto, but it's home .



We pickled the small zuccetta's (not the official name) and the diakon radishes. The plant on the left is mint. It's drying for use in teas and other recipes.

We also had a chance to go mushroom hunting near our home. This is a shot of all the mushrooms we found. We have no idea what they are, anyone know?



Today it's raining, but the next chance we get we will be hunting for more mushrooms and cleaning more garden. Happy Fall to all!

 

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  • 1/6/2011 4:38 AM Lori wrote:
    I cannot believe that no one has offered to identify the featured mushrooms on this post for you folks! We have to find a way to expose more people to this wonderful blog!
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