Seeing red (and green)

Our biggest heirloom tomato is finally turning red. We haven’t had many more tomatoes come out on this plant, but at least something good is happening. We also have a lot of yellow leaves, which is a little worrisome, but we’ll wait and see. We also had a great bean harvest! It amounted to this bunch that you see here plus another just as large. Not too shabby for a first pick! The cute little flower tub is on the other side of the deck. We added that a few weeks ago, and she’s doing great!

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One Comment to “Seeing red (and green)”

  1. If yellow leaves are at the lower part of the plant, too much water. Also for tomatoes, I think when it comes to the bearing fruit stage, need to cut back to water for the tomatoes to be tastier.

    Good job. The flower is pretty 🙂

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