Tomatoes, Peppers, Beans, & Blackberries

Today, we picked a lot of tomatoes, including the first fruit from the slicing tomato variety that was selected by my mother.  It is in the medium sized bowl, near the middle of the photo.  The pole beans have started to produce again.  We also picked five peppers and a bowl of blackberries.


We have been getting some rain lately, but considerably less than the one inch (2.5 cm) per week that the garden needs.  I checked the moisture levels in the garden beds and decided to water garden beds number two (pole beans and herbs) and one (okra, morning glory, onions, beets, carrots, chard).  Beds three and four have enough water for now, but I will need to check them again in a few days.


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5 Responses to Tomatoes, Peppers, Beans, & Blackberries

  1. gerrygryle says:

    Hi there! This dish looks stunning and quite promising, especially that you use tomatoes and that I’m a total tomatoholic, haha. At your leisure, please check out

    A guy on there grows his own heirloom tomatoes–the Tigeralla variety, and uses it to make his own salsa. Great tips!


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