It works it's way into the Dogwood tree from the right side of the fence and is pulling the fence down.
Then it wraps through the tree and comes back out on the same side. I can't even reach these squash with a ladder which is why the one below got so big.
One mutant squash. I vote creepy for this one because 1) did you see how big it is? and 2) it's heavy and wobbly all at the same time -- it's just not right for a squash
Yes that is a 39" squash! which makes #3 on the creepy list -- vegetables that are 2/3 of my total height should not be allowed.
At least the rest of our garden doesn't produce mutant veggies. Lots of tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans and wax beans, basil and eggplant.
This one is neither cool or creepy. In fact I think I will create a new category called NOT cool. Our tomato plants have developed a fungus called Septoria Leaf Spot. It's treatable, not spreading quickly, and we are still getting nice tomatoes but we would like to rid the garden of this for next year.
There's a fungus among us!
And this little guy could be cool or creepy. It's an eel we found in the crab trap at the shore. I'm on the fence with this one.