I am determined that I am going to grow something. My beds still look sad except for my squash and tomato plants. And, no, I still don't have fencing around them. This is my zucchini plant. It has flowered and I should have pods form very soon for lots of zucchini.
This is my tomato plants. I have a lot of tomatoes of good size and saw yesterday that there are many more small ones forming. I am so happy to see these, especially since no restaurant or store is selling tomatoes because of the salmanella scare. My pole beans are coming back after being rabbit food. I NEED MY FENCE AND YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE! Sorry, just a personal love note to my hubbie. I also need some support for them and the cucumbers. I put some more seed in the bare spaces yesterday to fill it out.
This is a yellow squash. I love to either bread them with cornmeal and fry them (bad for you, but sooo good) or slice lengthwise and brush with olive oil, salt, and pepper and grill them.
My tomato plants from another view. They have grown a foot since last week. I need to add to the cage so they can grow tall like me- 5'3".
This is my spaghetti squash. He has run his little fingers over to the tomato cage and wrapped around and around the cage and is holding on for dear life. He heard about those rabbits. I didn't know this plant has runners. I guess I need to get him a cage so he will leave the tomatoes alone. Have you ever had spaghetti squash? I like to eat it instead of noodles. It is really expensive in the stores.
I also reseeded carrots for the 3rd time. It says to sow them in 1/4 inch. I probably did 3/4 inch last time. This time, I just sprinkled all the seeds in the area and took my hand and brushed across the dirt, I might have covered them a little, but I don't know, I didn't bring a telescope to see the tiny seeds. I planted 3 seeds of canteloupe in the other bed. I have okra somewhere, but couldn't find it. I STILL NEED FENCING!