Gardening Report: Houston we have a problem!


The attack of the killer tomatoes, Jose is in there somewhere!

Frame 1: Maybe I planted too many tomatoes...


Frame 1: Jose is hidden under the ever expanding Tomato patch!

Frame 1: The plants are just covered in green soon to be rippening  Tomatoes. We are going to have to adopt some out.

Sweet 100's looks like we will have thousands!

I planted 5 varieties and boy this has been the year to grow tomatoes.

Frame 1: Pink Lady Tomatoes

Last year they were pityful and almost no survivers.

In Frame 2, the carrots and onions are just about hopping out of the ground and I am thinking of making Lavender bottles for gifts.

Frame 2: Carrots, Onions and Lavender


And Frame 3, the beans to be named later. (ala Baseball)
I have planted to more hills of the dwarf but nothing yet.

Frame 3: Lima Beans (disguised as Butter beans) and Dwarf Beans

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Andrea
    Jul 16, 2011 @ 20:26:18

    Your tomatoes are looking good. Post a picture when they are red. Check out my blog I posted about my favorite mall in Bp.


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