This past Friday, was day 126. I watered my garden before work and I loved the way the sun was hitting the plants. It looked so pretty and vibrant so I had to take some pictures.
I checked my big boy tomatoes and a few really tiny tomatoes. :) The pictures didn't turn out. :(
Blooms from the squash and zucchinis.......
My marigolds doing really well with more flowers getting ready to pop. These marigolds I grew myself from seeds. Next year, I think I will grow several pots of marigolds from seeds. :)
Today, is day 128. I woke up this morning to a thunderstorm with a torrential down pour. The good thing was that I didn't have to water my plants. I knew they would be well watered with the rain. After I finally got up (I love sleeping in the rain) I decided to see how the plants were doing.
Here's a picture right after the fresh rain....
Looks like I have a zuke and some squash ready for harvest.
I then checked on my big boy tomatoes. My pictures I took on Friday were blurry so I took some pictures of them today. They are a little bigger than they were on Friday.
There are a couple on there.
And there are many tomato blossoms on there too. Here's one. :)
I picked my veggies and then washed them. This makes zucchini number 3 and this is squash numbers 2 and 3. :) Now I need to incorporate them into dinner in the coming days. I'm on stay-cation all this week so I'm sure I will think of something fantastic to do with them and if we can't use them I will give them away to neighbors.
Inside......my grape tomatoes and red pepper plant is doing great.
I have many peppers and pepper blossoms. :)
Here's my favorite clump of grape tomatoes. There are 3 together here. I have several others scattered about in different sizes among the plants.
This week, I'm going to plant something I've been wanting to plant for a while and I'm excited to do it. I saved the seeds from this particular item. I have 2 varieties of this item. You will have to wait to see what I'm planting. :) Right now, I'm trying to decide that once I plant if I want to have the seeds start inside or outside. Decisions, Decisions..... Stay Tuned! :)