Cherry Tomatoes and Basil - companion planting
Just to make your mouth water – I had forgotten how amazingly wonderfully tasting are home-grown organic tomatoes, and the smell of them … if it were possible to fall in love with a plant, mine would be a tomato ! (hold that thought…)
Red Pear Tomatoes - these will grow very large
Another sunny and warm week without rain. But the garden loves the sun and the veggies are leaping to the sky…. beans (climbing and bush), peas, tomatoes, capsicums, cucumbers, squashes, beetroots….. so forgiving my love affair with tomatoes, here are some other views of fruits of the garden.
Scarlet Runner Beans
A 'Heritage' Beetroot - the packet did not say exactly what 'Heritage' variety - looks nice though, if a slightly odd shape
Cherry tomatoes with Marigolds - companion planting
Our first cucumber
OMG at the end of Week 20
- Potato patch at the end of Week 20 – and the disappearing Borlotti Bean border – damn those pesky rabbits…..
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