Okay, maybe this is kind of a weird title, but it’s what came into my mind. I have to show you these photos that Blaire sent me a week or so ago. Blaire always has her eye out for great gardens in the downtown and she sends me these interesting finds. This is in the courtyard of the House of Seven Gables Settlement house on Derby Street. I believe that the building, which was used as an after school program, camp and pre-school for many years, is kind of “in transition”. It’s Caroline Emmerton‘s original settlement house and is owned by the Gables, as we Salemites refer to the House of Seven Gables. Michael and I were out for dinner and a walk on Saturday night and of course I had to go see this. The vines are loaded with butternut squash. It looks to me like a few squash fruits might have been left on the ground last year with the plants emerging on their own and taking over the whole yard this year. Or maybe someone planted them purposely? No squash borers here! Isn’t nature amazing?
Thanks for sharing these Blaire! Hope you all enjoy them and get off to a wonderful start to your week today!
I’m so jealous! My squash never does that well.
Me too! I really wonder what the real story is behind that squash. Thanks for stopping by and for commenting!