After several weeks of dry weather, we finally have rain. Now the garden will get growing again,
The tomatoes were suffering, but now they should ripen. We have a critter who has been taking the green tomatoes, eating half and leaving the remains. My solution is to ripen on the windowsill. Fried green tomatoes are popular in the South, but I prefer a raw red tomato, thank you.
my neighbor’s tomato looked like this when I sent her a photograph but by the
afternoon when she came to pick, it was half eaten. Sob!
On a happier note, the agapanthus began to bloom in one of the squares in downtown Savannah. They grow well in our area, grown as a perennial. However I have nursed one along for 5 years and nary a bloom! How long would you keep an agapanthus that never blooms?