So far though everything is doing very well and we have been able to keep it completely organic. We are able to hand water them and keep a real close eye on the herbs. The tomatoes have flourished to a point that we never thought possible. We always thought that they needed depth for their root system but we have 2 plants planted in a large size window box and they are blooming like crazy at this point. If we are able to succeed with these we are going to try several other heat loving crops like eggplant, bell peppers and zucchini.
2 different types of lettuce (one is red leaf and the other I forget) and onions growing around the sides.
Lots of basil, Greek oregano, cilantro and parsley!
Two nice healthy tomatoes!
Two nice healthy tomatoes!
I love the smell of tomato plants in the morning! Also, save that oregano for hanging and drying...you'll thank me later.
Oh, look at those beautiful tomatoes! This year I am going to start a garden in my back yard. I hope I can make it grow. Wish me luck :D
Hey thanks Peter unfortunately I am so busy running to the car in the morning I have never smelt a tomato plant! Note to self - stop to smell the tomatoes. I am planning on drying the oregano when it starts spreading too much!
Hi Ben- Good luck with your garden. The soil is the most important thing. I swear by cow manure or worm poop.
All your plants are looking great.
I'd be tempted to fry me up a green tomato before long.
The rate all your plants are growing it won't be long before you are whipping up one of those good recipes of yours. Good luck with them all.
This looks great! Our garden is still in its infancy. I like your idea of moving the garden around as needed. We're planning to try that with some greens this year, although it's still too early to start on that project yet (for the record, in the 70s today, low 40s on Saturday, so frost is still a major issue).
No sunlight on my patio for a little veggie garden...but many, many trips to the farmer's market are coming up:D
Bravo, Bravo. Clap, clap!!!! Great job, Judy! I love it♥
I only have garlics these year planted in a big plant pot in my terrace, but hopefully I'll have some tomatoes too!
When I was a kid, my father used to plant: tomatoes, green beans, onions, lettuces... bla... everything and I miss those flavours :D
Looks like things are growing quite well! My garden is still looking...ok. Here's hoping things shape up a bit. There's hope for peppers soon though, so I'll take what I get! I never did get my tomatoes in the ground though, so now I have a bit of tomato envy :-P
The garden looks great, Judy. I have a few tomato plants and some herbs, but I just haven't had the time to give them the attenion they deserve. Hopefully, soon....
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