It’s said a picture is worth 1,000 words so here’s 6,000+ words worth.
You can’t see the cucumbers but they’re there. I’ve gotten so I sneak over to the neighbor’s house and leave the extras on the counter and run. I took some to work and couldn’t give them away. They are lovely cukes and people are missing a lot by not taking them but, oh, well!
Here are the poor pitiful cherry tomato plants. They are producing and I’ve picked a few so far but haven’t eaten them yet.
Here’s a Black Diamond melon I hadn’t discovered until the other day and it’s the biggest one in the patch. You can see where I put my fingerprints on it. My hand is to give an idea of the size. Just so you know, I have huge hands—NOT!
This is a yellow flesh watermelon. I do hope it matures and ripens before frost! You can see where I’ve scattered some good, sweet cherry tomatoes in the hope they will come up volunteer next spring.
These are two of my newest Black Diamond melons. I doubt they’ll make it before frost but they surely are trying!
Please, please ripen soon! I want some peppers from my own garden!
So, there you have it for this week. We’ll see if there are any earthshaking changes next week.