I wrote this post sitting in a car, driving to my parents. It’s a long drive and an even longer one with two kids – one being 4 months old. I figured it was a good time to post another update! We are enjoying our very short trip and I’m really hoping the garden is still doing well when we return! That’s the downside of gardening – travelling is hard to do unless you have someone to tend to the gardens.
It’s been a busy week around here but I still managed to get some gardening done. I finally have all the tomatoes supported, including catching up on the big gardens tomato weave – the pictures I have were taken on Tuesday before I finished the weave. The greenhouse tomatoes have almost grown taller than their supports and still look awesome. The outside potted tomatoes don’t look amazing but they’ve all been fertilized now so hopefully they perk up. The garden peppers seemed to have liked the fertilizer, there are lots of peppers popping up now and they look a lot greener and healthier. We are eating a zucchini a day and I think I’ll be making a lot of zucchini baked goods. I put up a garden net securing it to the garden box and then to the fence for the butternut squash, watermelon, and cucumbers to climb. I haven’t had any flowers or fruit on any of those yet – next year I definitely have to start them early in the greenhouse.
I think that’s it for updates this week. Seemed like the tomatoes are all getting ready to start ripening – then the fun begins!
Disclaimer: you are about to see my yard in its truest form – always cluttered with various things Ezekiel drags around. I did clean it right after these pictures but in the spirit of keeping it real didn’t retake them!