Welcome to another edition of T stands for Tuesday. Come with me for a little walk around the yard today. You won’t believe how huge the tomatoes are!! FYI…picture heavy post
We’ll start were we left off last week. The former playset.
The sand box has been removed and all that’s left are some bare spots in need of a load of dirt and grass seed.
I got a little carried away with flowers this year but I’m really enjoying them.
Of course many of them are perennials which suits me perfectly.
Here’s one of the crazy horseradish plants along with some tiny cucumber plants. Only one survived the transplant to out doors after our strange spring. I just replanted some seeds. It remains to be seen if they ever get big enough to produce.
Here’s the same deck box garden from a different angle. Those are my yellow pear tomatoes.
Remember where they started this year??
Hey look…there’s the playset in the background.
And we can’t forget the obligatory beverage for T stands for Tuesday. Ice water for the humid afternoon we had while taking these photos. Heavy rain early in the day gave way to a sticky afternoon.
Continuing my backward progression around the house we come to this sad bucket of dirt.
There are seeds in there…I set it in the sun hoping they’d germinate. If not I’ll throw something else in there…perhaps some daisy seeds for a splash of texture and color.
The big garden or shed garden or perhaps deer feeding station.
Some things are doing wonderful like my peppers and a rouge carrot. My beans not so much. I’ve replanted seeds twice now after only a handful came up.
The herbs I transplanted from a Trader Joe’s herb pot are getting really big. Behind them is the other horseradish plant we inherited.
I have beef steak tomatoes in this garden…nice thick stems and blossoms. Hooray!
One of my Egyptian Walking Onions is starting to look real interesting. I inherited these with the horseradish.
Not surprisingly the clover is looking fantastic. *grin*
I picked up these great hanging pots at Walgreen’s of all places. I couldn’t pass them up for the price.
The front walk pots aren’t looking the best this year. I was a little late in planting them.
I do really like these ones though. I picked up with watering can half filled with dirt at a garage sale this spring for $2. It’s a nice edition to my eclectic bunch.
It wouldn’t be Tuesday without a full to-do list for me. I’ll be around to visit my T companions at some point…have patience.
What are you doing today?