Tag: Heirloom tomatoes

Crazy yesterday!

This is my last week off before returning back to work. (Yes, I’m a teacher!) And, I’ve had a great summer! Yesterday though was one interesting day! I started off by looking at my massive amount of tomatoes and deciding that I need to… Continue Reading “Crazy yesterday!”

Wednesday walk through the garden 8/12

As the summer is flying by, the gardening is still going strong! My cucumbers were very slow going this year! I had already made pickles in July last year! But, at least I’m finally getting some cucumbers! I have seen so many wonderful garden… Continue Reading “Wednesday walk through the garden 8/12”

Wednesday walk through the garden 8/5

I am so happy to say that I am harvesting lots of amazing produce from the garden! The green bean trellis is really taking off! It’s made of a cattle panel and has pole beans planted at the base. We had an extra pumpkin… Continue Reading “Wednesday walk through the garden 8/5”

Wednesday walk through the garden 7/29

After coming home from vacation, we have a lot of catching up to do around here! The garden is growing fast and really starting to produce some delicious food! Technically our neighbor who watched the garden got the first tomato! Lucky girl! 😉 but… Continue Reading “Wednesday walk through the garden 7/29”

Staking lots of tomatoes!

I have dubbed this year,” the year of the tomato!” because we had over 50 tomato plants come up all by themselves! So, I put some in the garden, some in the raised beds, along the fence and by the chickens. That’s a lot… Continue Reading “Staking lots of tomatoes!”