Morning Visit

Here’s the general state of the AP garden on a morning before leaving for work.

Little Nat likes to feed the catfish with me and look at his sunflower that we transplanted in there from daycare. By him are jalapeno and bell peppers, as well as roma tomatoes and basil.

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Watermelon seeds (4) were planted where the carrots came out…  Cucumber flowers are aplenty climbing up the wooden dowels.   Basil and Marglobe(?) tomatoes also doing well…

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The spaghetti squash vines are reaching along.  A small gourd is forming above the front cinder block – there’s a much bigger one on the backside.   I expected more by this time, though.

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The strawberry tubes… along with the now-troublesome cherry tomatoes, some held up by string and paint cans…

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Here is a morning visitor on the tomato vines!  He blended in pretty nicely.

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One Reply to “Morning Visit”

  1. All the female squash flowers have a tiny mini-fruit where they connect to the stem.
    Pick the male flowers – I don’t know if it stimulates anything but they are yummy in salads! Melon blossoms taste different from cuke blossoms etc. too.

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