Wild Cucumber Fall Foliage

Wild Cucumber

A perfect photo of the blue sky, clouds and fall foliage on the mountain across the lower valley marshes behind a wild cucumber hanging from the fence line.

We have not yet gotten a frost but the ferns and cucumbers have lost their leaves – perhaps radiant energy loss although the ground is still too warm to let real frost form.

We had five straight days of rain so I’ve been taking a break from fencing. Going at it again today was very muddy in some places but it should dry soon and the weather report for the next two weeks looks beautiful. No frosts and lots of sun.

Outdoors: 67°F/44°F Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 65°F/67°F

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4 Responses to Wild Cucumber Fall Foliage

  1. Ram says:

    Are those edible ?

  2. David says:

    Are there any blog posts or info on what and how you plant your pastures after a rotation of pigs? Do you just broadcast or till, etc.? Mix of seed or rotate species of plants? I’ve just started raising IPP’s and am really interested in utilizing my pastures and wooded areas but don’t have much experience planting grasses, etc. Great site!

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