My last post was Paris!
Today, my own portion of acreage, vegetable garden.
The first picture shows my growing tomatoes, (I actually do have some help, but for this blog, they are mine.) The black plastic membrane has been covered by lawn clippings. So the tomatoes and a few other survivors of little beetles, are not easy to see.
The second photo is of plants I have not planted...they are replacements for those lost to beetles. (I bought some spray treatment for beetles, too.)
It's late to be planting, still worth it for some fresh vegetables. Yummy.
Has anyone planted chard?
That's the little reddish veined leaf in upper right. I hope to use it in the same way you use spinach.
Has anyone had good luck with cilantro?
My seems to die away, too young, but I understand once it takes hold, it can grow abundantly. I hope to have some survive as it is a favorite for salads, salsas and veggie drinks.
Have you ever planted a two hundred dollar tomato?
So far, my first tomato with be about $100. Lets hope for at least 100 tomatoes. Haaaha heeeheeee
Merry vegetation keeping, Mary