Friday, May 23, 2014
Fenton Friday: Strawberry Scandal
Fortunately, I was able to snag a few ripe strawberries a few days later for my breakfast cereal. Though they are not as dead-ripe as I'd like them as I'm anxiously picking them early in an attempt to beat the food felons to the punch.
In other plot news, I had my first salad with my plot greens and was able to plant a few of the tomato plants I recently purchased -- 'Sun Gold' and 'Evergreen.' Then several more tomato plants arrived on my doorstep for trialing. I will see which ones I actually have space for this season. I plan to spend the Memorial Day weekend getting in these and also finally starting my melon, cucumber, bean, and okra seeds.
How is your edible garden growing this week?
at May 23, 2014
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