John asked me to take pictures of the garden because he fears that it will wither and die under my care this summer. While it’s true that he does most of the work, I’m more than confident in my ability to nurture this garden in his absence.
So, here (in no particular order) are some State of the Garden photos.
Huge okra pods (should've picked em earlier)
- The tomato section (at least 20 plants)
Saro, with today's harvest
Nyagous black tomatoes
Sweet pepper (we thought we planted Bells)
Carrot peeking out
Beets ready for pickin'
Some of the *millions* of grape tomatoes
The two main beds
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Judy & John,
Your garden is magnificent! I’m so jealous, although I did harvest 4 beautiful tomatoes from my single plant, which has been living up on the roof while they rebuild our decks. I guess the intense sun helped speed the ripening process. Hope they taste as good as they look!