And with it have come some changes to things around here. The frost bitten tomatoes and peppers have been pulled up and cabbage and broccoli planted. I believe the cabbage should do well, the broccoli I'm not so sure of. Never really grown that before so I don't really know what I'm doing. I hope to get some spinach planted soon also and a cold frame built in order to have lettuce and maybe some green onions through the winter.
The figs have been mulched heavily and put to bed. They had fruit this year but it never ripened. I hope that changes next year. I love fresh figs.
The lavender has been weeded, given a haircut and new starts transplanted. The two plants on the far left are the cuttings I took off the first plant and sprouted using the willow water. I would have had three more had I not been lazy and made sure they didn't dry out when they were just getting started.
Much produce has been dried and put up. Here is apples, if I can stop munching on them, onions, lemon zest and more of those dang cayenne peppers. Oh, and some new lavender cuttings soaking in new willow water.
And I even started throwing again. Not a huge start but I am making progress. It's getting time to really kick it in high gear though.
I am feeling better at times but am still having down times. Last night was rough but I am optimistic that things will continue to improve overall.