Back at our rural country house in Latvia, we have a pretty international garden, plants, and flowers from different countries across the world, so, for example, we have a tulip bulbs from the Netherlands, cabbage seeds from the United States of America, some lichens from Georgia, and of course traditional Latvian plants.
It was at the end of August 2017, we decided it's the right time to harvest the crop, we planted back in Spring.
In today's Piece of Lifes series - Autumn Harvest 2017
Today we will dig potatoes, beets, carrots, onions, and cut cabbages
See, how we made this garden a year ago using ground tiller: Ground Milling With A Tiller
I'm bad at flowers, but these ones look the chrysanthemums to me
Harvest of potatoes and onions
I agree, not many potatoes for upcoming winter, but plenty of onions
As said, I'mbad at recognizing them, but these cuties, we probably bought back in The Netherlands Keukenhoff garden. See: Keukenhof Tulip (Flower) Garden in Netherlands
Making a grill
Grilled meat is one of the basic ingredients, having a country house. See: First Barbecue Festival in Our Newly Inherited House
Harvest of 2017
Sadly, we cannot take these goodies back to Georgia.
Beautiful flower garden near the pond
Ahh... that's Piece of Life