While we had a cool-foggy August, September, still foggy, has brought summer weather back. 80F-90F and humid. Before frost hits, it is harvest time. No matter how often we pick, certain plants take over, hiding monsters in the garden. Summer quash, with creeping vines take over and proliferate like Communists in Senator Joe McCarthy world-view… except Squash-Zilla is real! Take care though, you might be Squashed, and find a basket of these on your doorstep or passenger seat of your unlocked car! If Squash-Zilla were not enough to frighten you, all the rain we had this summer has created Carrot-Toa, waiting to erupt in your soup pot!
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