Fruits (and Vegetables) of Your Labors – Vol. 8 and 9 – Trinidad and Bloomingdale

From above:

“Attached is our Sunday harvest of basil, tomatoes, and peppers from our garden in Trinidad, NE.”

If your garden has been kind to you, send a couple of photos with your neighborhood to princeofpetworth(at)gmail with Fruits (and Vegetables) of Your Labors in the subject line.

From above:

“This is my friend’s garden in Bloomingdale. While most of the tomatoes have been picked, he has some nice-looking peppers and brussel sprouts coming soon. And a surprise watermelon! There are also a lot of delicious looking squash blossoms out front and planters full of herbs. It’s been a great summer for him!”

5 Comment

  • Emmaleigh504

    Everyone’s basil looks better than mine. I’m so jealous.

  • How do I get a surprise watermelon?

  • Why can’t someone invent a tomato plant that puts out 2-3 tomatoes each week for 2 months, instead of 27 in 2 weeks?

    And why, when I have 2 cherry tomato plants and one Pink Brandywine producing like crazy, is one plant still offering nothing but leaves?

    • Try lightly shaking your tomato plant when it has flowers blooming. This helps force pollination and adds to your tomatoes 🙂

      • I haven’t really got blossoms like on the others. There are little buds that look like they will become blossoms, but then don’t. Even at that, very few buds. But I keep checking and will give that a try, thanks.

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