|Red sky in the morning, sailers take out the garbage... wait...|
Even with the heat the plants have been doing fine and are even starting to produce some fruit now. We enjoyed our first cucumbers on July 2nd and many more have followed suit. I am starting to get a little concerned with being completely run over by my cucumber crop because if the existing blooms are any indication of what's in store we could have a very busy couple of weeks approaching.
|Insert weird phallic comments here_____|
We have decided to practice some sorcery and turn some of these cukes into pickles, and by we I mean Amy. She has been busy with recipes and getting some canning supplies, so I am eagerly anticipating the results of her effort.
|Nice title overpaid magazine writer.|
Concerning tomatoes, I've always heard... yep Dad, talking about you here... that when the temperature gets over 90 degrees that the plants have trouble blooming. I haven't found that to be entirely true because I've had some new blooms appear and make fruit during the hot spell... not many... but a few. So maybe I'm lucky. The existing fruit hasn't split or anything so I hope I've avoided any crazy heat related problems.
|New tomatoes when it's over 90 degrees... who knew?|
Lastly, the watermelon are doing great! Can't wait to eat one of these things late this summer.
|Get Big and tasty!|
Enjoy this song that I've recently been playing with my good pal Rick here.