Members of the Plot Against Hunger task force met at Central Library Saturday morning to work on cleaning up the garden for winter. This has been a process of removing plants as they die or stop bearing. We also harvested a great deal. Second plantings of green beans had yielded nicely. In fact, they had decided the tipi structure we had built for them wasn’t enough and had run up the fence on the tennis courts. We also had late season tomatoes and tomatillos, eggplants and patty pan squash. We had planted peanuts this year and were excited about harvesting them. While they weren’t the best producers, we sampled some of the fresh peanuts and they were quite tasty. Peanut samples were also left on the whiteboard for library patrons to sample. Read More at Arlingwords Blog.