Sowing and Reaping

In these troubling and challenging times I found it comforting, and distracting, to focus in on the subtleties of these late harvest gems from my garden. I am particularly fond of this pole bean. I grew it for many years with seeds originally from a friend and then saved from year to year, until the year I ate the last bean and forgot to save some seed!

Thanks to Ferme Tourne-sol, I am growing them again, and now know the actual name, Kahnawake Mohawk. Unfortunately spell check was turned off when I did the hand lettering.

Grown from seed from Ferme Tournesol.
A beautiful little pepper, and quite hot!

One thought on “Sowing and Reaping

  1. So lovely!

    On Wed., Sep. 30, 2020, 6:03 p.m. Everyday Sketches, wrote:

    > Alison R. Hall posted: ” In these troubling and challenging times I found > it comforting, and distracting, to focus in on the subtleties of these late > harvest gems from my garden. I am particularly fond of this pole bean. I > grew it for many years with seeds originally from a frie” >

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