The usual late start with the usual Early Girl and Big Beef, only one each because the pool limits space.
One jalapeño plant only as well and that was overkill for these very hot peppers. Two cherry tomatoes of some kind-we lost the plastic ID sticks.
So, our usual muddle, though more so because of my new hip joint.
The rapidly multiplying toy windmills did nothing to scare off whatever was eating Gilbert Tomato.
Totally inadequate cage as usual too, ended up tying to fence, extra staking, etc.
Watered via garden hose dragged around.
My mother died in 1991 but her rose lives on.
We finally found the miscreant caterpillar that MAY have eaten so many delicious fruits-you can see some damage here.
But I claim it was boids. Anyway, the larva was pardoned and is now another pet.
The cherry tomatoes and the prolific pepper.
Not sure about the top checking-watering, calcium?
Prop it back up, harvest more hot peppers.
Still producing cherry tomatoes, peppers and Big Beef (if that is what it is).
This is after a ‘final’ harvest for the production of green tomato relish.
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Take the seeds out of the jalapeño, makes it less hot. Cut it while wearing disposable gloves or wash hands very well before touching body parts.
Good pepper tips, J, but what about the skin checking near the tomato stem, Ms Smartypants?
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