Today I hauled ten 5-gallon buckets of soil, from the garden bed I am decommissioning, to the raised bed that had the Roma tomatoes. That raised the level to the top edge. It's good soil, has never grown garlic or onions, and that bed will be planted with garlic in a couple of weeks. I'll add some leaf mould and mix it all together before planting the garlic. I moved some deck flowers in containers, from the East side of the house, to the west. Now that it's cooler and the days are shorter, it's a better spot. They will also be enjoyed more there. Picked more figs. This is a figgy year! Planted the last of these Muscari bulbs, all in containers. While pulling out the Roma tomatoes, I saw this Dwarf Chocolate Champion tomato tempting me in the other tomato bed. So I brought it in. Was there ever a more beautiful tomato? I think not! LOL. And the flavor! That puts the "T" into BLT! And it's a great reason for growing a garden . I saved a spoonful of seeds from that one. @Sjperd, I think there are plenty of seeds! I can only handle about ten Roma plants. For the slicers, one or two each. It just seems odd, to save only two seeds, so I saved a bunch. I don't remember the variety name, But I think these celosias were my favorite new plant this year. That's a lotta red. I wonder if it's easy to save their seeds? Not the garden, but Rufus always likes snooping by the fence where these big lazy dogs hang out. He can't understand why they don't want to play.