All spring it has either been heavily raining or SUPER hot with strong sun. Nothing in-between. Today I was only out for about half an hour, and came in huffing and puffing, wiping my head and face, and wanting to glug water.
I found these yellow leaves on my tomato plants yesterday. My friend, Laufrain, and I looked up the problem last night. It suggested bone meal and fertilizer. I just added both of those to the planter and watered. Fingers crossed they like it. I have nice green tomatoes and am hoping for a good crop.
This is our other tomato planter. As you can see, the plants are good and healthy. I have no clue what’s going on with the longer planter.
This is my first trial at growing zucchini. I have several that SEEM to be doing well.
Sweet red onions.
Radishes I just started a few days ago.
And THIS is the excitement for the day! It is a cantaloupe! Ta DA! If it doesn’t croak and continues to grow, I have a plastic bowl thingie with lots of holes for drainage and legs to keep the cantaloupe up off the ground. I’ve never grown one of these before. This was my husband’s choice of what to grow (other than head lettuce), so I’m really hoping we grow at least one and that it’s good.
On my way back in, I stopped to take a couple of pictures of the flowers on the deck. They make my heart soar every time I see them.
Now I’m very thankful that we have air-conditioning!