The little plant that could. Only a few blooms and no fruits, but its pretty anyway.
What a little attention and a lot of pesticide can achieve. Beans 2.0 are doing well, no blooms yet, but again, its pretty.
Family Picture, things are getting a little sloppy.
I imagine if they were caged, there wouldn't be so floppy or undisciplined. There are arguments for and against this practice. They are much harder to perform maintenance on without cages. Allegedly they grow more fruits that ripen earlier when uncaged. More fruits harder to take care of and find once ripe.
If I had known this variety was going to be this small or get blossom end rot to the degree that these and only these fruits have displayed, I wouldn't have bothered with these plants at all. I don't even like small tomatoes. Gah.
Next year if I can be as disciplined as I wanted to be this year, its going to be 80% peppers and only, tops, 20% tomatoes. Damn it. Plus whatever else seems cool. But many, many fewer tomatoes.
That used to be a fence. Now its Trellis East.
Just about all the green beans have produced, the lazy things. Next year I plant fewer.
Here we have green beans, peppers and tomatoes. Undisciplined! or a nifty chip dip.
The first plant is getting a little peaky.
Second and third plants are not peaky.
Baby watermelon seems to have hit a developmental
platteau . I am trying not to worry.
Even smaller baby watermelon is also platteau-ing. I am also trying not to worry about this one.
Lots and lots of blooms, not many fruits.
One of the few, the proud, the brave. The short lived.
Just about nicer than actual flowers. Certainly more colorful.
Raspberries are nice and green but seem to have stopped making berries.