Tomato Plants After Hurricane
I’m sure some of you may wonder what my tomato plants looked like after Hurricane Irene blew through last year. Well, I’m including a photo to show the plants in their containers that I stood up the next day after the hurricane left.
You can see pots, which contained Solid . . . → Read More: After the storm, the blooms remain
I’ve spent more time this summer working in the garden than I have in the past, largely because the heat wave and lack of rain required continuous watering to keep the plants alive. Of course, near the end of August, we had to prepare for Hurricane Irene, which involved picking everything that I could. Since . . . → Read More: Hurricane Irene brought much needed rain