Tomatoes Setting On Heavy
Category: Pianolady's Gardens
| Posted: Tue Jul 23, 2013 12:46 am
I can honestly say this year's garden is my most promising one I've had in years.
The beans looked less than good at first, but are setting on strong now. I filled in the holes where the original planting didn't come up with a pole bean (package failed to mention that), so I've built some frames for those to climb. They were planted later, so I should have beans all summer long. I've got potatoes planted in front of the beans, the deer must be eating the greenery, maybe that's why they're leaving the beans alone.
Cherry Sweet 100's....
And the rest...
Mulching with grass clippings has been so helpful, I've haven't had to weed much at all. However, my garden does smell like a compost bin, which is fine with me.
I won't bore you with a bunch of pictures of green tomatoes. Can't wait to see the varieties once they start to color. I've got white, red, yellow, and purple tomatoes planted, big and small.
Last edited: Tue Jul 23, 2013 12:54 am
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