Monday, March 18, 2013

A Winter Crop Of Tomatoes

The seeds from the rotten Roma tomatoes that we've been throwing onto one of the garden beds have germinated, giving us  over twenty tomato seedlings. Yaay! We're going to nurse them and grow them into bushes - hopefully, they will keep us well supplied with tomatoes in winter, supplementing what I have in the freezer.

Today I planted sweet peas on two of the perimeter fences. They are supposed to grow up to two metres tall and flower in 90 days. That will make a nice showing in mid-June.

What about you? What did you do in your garden today?

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