I have never written it down anyplace that i can remember but i don't know for sure when tomato season usually starts.
A lot of them are getting pretty big but no obvious ripening yet.
I tamed the Birdhouse gourd yesterday. I had been pulling at it and trying to redirect the way it grew, but it was going where it wanted anyway. So i got the big kitchen scissors out. Anything going toward the center of the garden was removed. I discovered a few little watermelon fruits were hiding under all those leaves. Some are oval and plenty that are perfectly round.
The gourd was also crawling over my rosemary plot and the two strawberries from seed that made it (those are looking good actually) and the Shiso plant.
I'll have to look back at my seed list to remind myself of which plants are watermelon, and which are cantaloupe type, also which ones the oval ones belong to. I know Pony Yellow is a round type, but that is as much as i am sure of.
I also toned down hubby's pumpkin. It was getting impossible to get past it in the row and it was encroaching on my onions. I also had to trim and redirect my summer squash plants. They were trying to crawl into the aisles and they were shading out my globe artichokes. I had expected my globe artichokes to be taller in their first year than they turned out to be. They are barely 8" off the ground, if that. I have no idea if that is normal. One did try to produce a tiny choke about the size of my thumb. The plants are fairly wide but not tall at all.
I have lots of things to take pictures of to keep the monthly/weekly growth comparisons current.
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