It’s been a few days since I’ve had time to get up into the garden. We’ve had lots of rain for the past few days. Monday mornings’ storm whipped some of the potato plants to the ground. The corn and tomatoes made it through just fine. The corn is starting to get those seed things coming out of the top. (I don’t know what they’re called.) The tomatoes are getting bigger and so are the plants. I placed some more twine around the plants this morning to hold up the vines. My roma tomato plant looks kind of green & brown; not sure if it’s gonna make it.
Crab grass is going to seed around the green beans. I pulled up a row and a half of it this morning; 3 1/2 rows to go. I’ll be going to work late in the morning on Thursday so the plan is to pull up more then. I sure hope Sears calls about my tiller soon.
I picked 12 more Sweet Banana Peppers this morning. I don’t understand why the insides of the peppers are not thick like the pickled ones at the stores and resturants. Perhaps it’s the variety? I think next year I’ll buy my peppers from a different nursery.
In went up into the garden yesterday evening. The green bean plants have little green beans on them. I can’t wait to ‘can’ them, but I think I would love to forego the picking part. No pain, no gain.
The corn is starting to get tassles so I need to get busy and put some mineral oil on them. (It helps keep the worms out of the corn cobs and makes the worm eggs slide away.) My Dad put mineral oil on our corn last year and it kept the worms at bay.
I have got to dig up the onions in the morning. The tops have been dry for a week. Here’s hopeing that I get some nice onions. *fingers crossed :O)
May YOUR garden produce beyond your expectations.