It's September and time for a new calendar! The weather lately has definitely been feeling more fall-like with cooler days and crisp nights. In the garden, I pulled out all of my summer lettuces that were going to seed and planted some fall veggies: broccoli, bok choy, lettuces, collard greens, spinach and more. Hopefully we'll get some more tomatoes before it gets too cold.
In the Northwest a lot of people go foraging for mushrooms in the fall. The forests here are a perfect growing place for many varieties. Last year my husband went with some friends and came home with a bunch of matsutakes and chanterelles—yum! The Puget Sound Mycological Society even has a Wild Mushroom show in October that is really interesting.
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