Those, my friends are the very first tomatoes from my garden this season. Woo! Now if only the squash, zucchini, and peppers would hurry on up!
Isn’t it such a great feeling when you pick your first ripe tomatoes of the season.
Gorgeous! If we move, we’ll be going some place with an already established vegetable garden – and I am the complete opposite of a green thumb… I’ll probably be asking your advice often – though we’re in completely different growing seasons/zones! 🙂
I am so not the person to ask about growing stuff. I’m of the “put stuff in the ground and hope for the best” school of gardening 😀
Oh goody! I hope that works for me too…
I think the most important thing I’ve learned is that you have to get good dirt and prep the soil.
We went to see the house again yesterday and the garden is sooo overgrown… I’m going to need a scythe or something to hack through everything – and then figure out which ones are weeds and which ones aren’t!
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