Simple garden techniques described in details so anyone can easily follow through on their end while sharing ideas and pictures on how the garden is progressing through out the year.
Wow! Look at those plants! Hope you harvest lots of tomatoes! Nancy
It will take a while to get tomatoes out of these babies - they are all late varieties so I won't expect anything soon.
I compared a photo of my "shed tomatoes" from last year with one from this year, and what a difference! Mine are at 4' and 5' too, and last year they weren't hardly visible in the photo, maybe 2' to 3' tall! BUT...last year one of them gave me a ripe tomato on June 21, and this year they aren't even close.
Last year my first tomato was Black Krim and it was on July 24. Let's see how they're doing in a month. But they are definitely much stronger and alot more blooms than last year.
Amazing, and I thought mine got big last year, nothing like that!
Everything is growing tall this year - my potatoes normally get to about 2 feet and this year they were over 4 tall.
Wow, they look amazing! Mine are about half that tall; you must be doing something right!
Thank you, Let's just hope I'll get some actual tomatoes out of that jungle :)
Those are some very happy tomato plants! You must give them lots of love!!
I try to take care of them and hope they'll start producing soon and heavy load :)
I admit that before I noticed just how big and lush your tomato plants are, I was a little distracted by the cute husband standing among them...
yeah, that's my sweet and VERY patient cutie pie hubby :) he's far more photogenic than I am so I use him in pictures :)
Sorry, Jenny. The hubby isn't doing it for me, but look at those lush green plants! :D
LOL! It's ok, he keeps me happy :)
I'd pin him up on my refrigerator any day!
:) just think that had he not build this garden those tomatoes wouldn't be there :o) and yes he's a dish to look at himself :)
Your tomato plants look great! You should have a great harvest once they start ripening! Happy Gardening! Mindy
thank you, i really hope so!