Tuesday, June 9, 2015
To date, this has been an ideal tomato growing season (apart from an early hail storm) ...... tomatoes in containers are looking healthy, (one PPP x PP "B" F4 was pulled due to disease issues). Blossoms on all plants, but no fruit set to date.
Back Garden tomatoes, left to right: PPP x PP "B" F4, Paul Robeson, Black Krim Cherry, Dragon's Eye, Dragon's Eye, fronted by Sweet Peppers: LunchBox, Petit Marseillais and Ise (plentiful fruit set)
two more PPP x PP "B" F4
and the Front Garden tomatoes, left to right: Paul Robeson, Summer Sweet Gold, 0-33, Paul Robeson, Maglia Rosa and Sweet Scarlet Dwarf
Sunday, June 7, 2015
Back to the Garden ........
radish in foreground, blueberry, red onions (started from seed), garlic, volunteer potatoes and transplanted tomatoes - "Berkeley Tie Dye, Red" and "Black Prince" (my only purchased plant - none of mine germinated)
Petit Marseillais Pepper in front and "Sweet Summer Gold" Dwarf Tomato with bamboo stakes ..... also some mixed lettuce purchased as tiny seedlings
garden overview - newly transplanted cucumbers, broccoli getting ready to head and planted potatoes - French Fingerling and Sieglinde
PPP x PP "B" F4 tomatoes have been transplanted ...... also peppers "Lunch Box", Ise and Petit Marseillais
notice the similar leaf form ...... these tomatoes have potato leaf foliage
more tomato transplants
these are grown with natural light, cool at night in unheated sun room