One of our pepper plants decided it was time to produce a pepper.
Our cherry tomato plant has several little green tomatoes on it. Can’t wait for them to ripen so I can eat them!
The first set of plants that we planted didn’t fare so well. This is round two and everything looks to be growing well. Glen and I try to go out and check on the plants daily. I even go so far as to sweet talk the plants. Hey….every little bit helps, right?
These are some of our peppers.
Spaghetti Squash…am hoping this plant does well. I love spaghetti squash!
Some of our many tomato plants. We finally got some rain, but with that rain came cooler temperatures. Notice the many, many mushrooms/toadstools growing all over the place. Hoping all of our tomato plants do exceptional as well. There aren’t many foods that I love more than a home grown tomato. Plus, I am looking forward to canning.
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