Welcome to this weeks garden report - a little later than usual. We've actually had some sun this week which is exciting. We still had some rain, but at least it wasn't every day!
I think we are entering Tomato Watch Season.
These are Sweet Cluster tomatoes, and it may be hard to tell from photos on a monitor, but they are definitely showing a change in color - a little more yellow, a little less green...
I think the Cupids are going to win the race again though.
For those following along from my Garden Q&A: The Sweet Cluster tomatoes were started from seed and are growing in the ground; the Cupids came from the garden center and are growing in a container.
My little bell pepper is coming along as well.
Here we have some cute little onions:
Not sure how well you'll be able to see this but I think it looks pretty neat. This is a bean plant that has wound it's way up a pole, then reached over to latch onto a taller pole.
I'm even starting to get some green beans. Hopefully my beans will do better than my snap peas did.
I just think that's a pretty photo.
Last but not least, I picked some lettuce last night and pulled a few more carrots.
One of the carrots looks like it has a nose.
It made me think of Watto from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace for some reason. Or Gonzo the Great. So much fun to be had in the garden!