Wednesday, September 21, 2011

What September Brings

You all of course know this is the season of ripe apples and digging up potatoes. Lots of things ripening now, as we clear out our gardens for the few fall crops left. Or for some, everything is done and we dream of spring. While most things are fading one of my favorites are just sprouting up for a short visit. This is when our Saffron Crocus come up for fall, and I get to start harvesting the spice I can't afford to buy. This year my amount of bulbs are now double the flowers... so I'm very pleased to see how much I will get this year. I may have enough for 2 or 3 recipes that call for saffron this winter. Enough I could probably invite company to share with! :)

Now back to the ripening of apples?! OH YES! They're going to be bushels at amazing prices showing up everywhere. I recently saw a listing for local apples $0.85 lb! Enough to make you want to buy them up and come home and can them! Make apple butter... jam... jelly... pie filling... you'd have apples for months and months! The hard part... how to do all that?

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  1. I didn't realize saffron was from a crocus! Learned something new today. Thanks!

  2. And it sure is easy to harvest too! The bulbs are amazingly well prices and they do really well in rock beds. Maybe you should give them a try ;)