Some pictures from the potager and elsewhere.
Cherry Tomato bed with sunflowers.
Asparagus ferns - Martha Washington, two year old crowns.
Baby Yellow squash from seed collected last year.
San Marzano - a roma variety
Unknown. Some tags were lost in the process.
Breadseed poppy (I think)
And finally, the birdfeeder hanging by a thin wire from the China Fir in the backyard. I'll show those squirrels who's the boss. (Tony Danza, actually)
Yesterday, I cleaned the gutters and mowed the yard with gas borrowed from Larry.
Have you ever grown Green Zebra and San Marzano tomatoes before?
I grew Green Zebra and San Marzano tomatoes this year. I didn't like the Zebras...too tart. In my garden the San Marzano had some problems. First, they had some fungal/bacterial problems on the leaves and stems. Next, when I cut some of them open they had some mold or something growing inside. I was very disappointed. Also, my Roma plants had much larger tomatoes that the San Marzano. I think I will stick with Roma from here on out.
Everything looks great in your garden!
Never grown either. I'm trying something new. The seeds from these were passed along so I hope they're good tomatoes. I know Rutgers are. And beefsteaks, of course.
your veggies are much further along than I thought they'd be. The tomatoes look great!
p.s. Squirrels are way too smart to be taken in by a thin wire ploy.
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