Early June Tomatoes in Photos

To quickly update those of you who are interested, my tomatoes are doing well so far. I harvested the first ripe tomato June 10, and ate all two bites of it right there in the hoop house. It was, of course, a stupice tomato. I am eager, well, actually impatient, for the next ones to turn red.

Tomato Rows in Early June

This photo shows most of the three rows of tomatoes with some peas in the background. As you can see, compared to planting time, the plants have grown considerably.

Water Droplets on Tomato Plants

I really enjoy seeing all the water droplets hanging from the plants in the morning before the sun has warmed the hoop house.



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  1. Sherrill Cabellero

    I used to spend long hours with my grandmother outdoors. She had a beautiful flower garden along with her very large vegetable garden. Though she was a farmer’s wife and had to spend a lot of time helping out with the family business, she made time to tend to both of her gardens. Her vegetable garden was not only a labor of love; it was something that helped them through the winter. The more they could can, the more money they saved when milk production was low and the money was not as good as it should have been.`*

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