In the Garden: Bounty at the "Farmer's Market"

Last week we had an imaginary outing :). We pretended that we were going to the farmer's market to get fresh veggies & herbs for our meals.
 It's a blessing to share food that we planted, tended, and grew together. I invite the children into the garden as much as possible, and it's been so good for everyone. As the warmer days begin to wind down, we've been slowly gathering, harvesting & preserving some food for autumn. Of course it won't be a huge bounty, but it's something that we did with our own hands.
one beet, an onion & some kale
Do you remember the green beans that the children received at Easter for planting?  
 We planted ours... and we got these...awesomeness!
 I can't wait to see what they come up with next year :)


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