At last! After a three month wait, our first tomato was finally ripe and ready for picking! This Black Cherry tomato is the first fruit of our summer labour.
Over the course of the summer, I’ve chronicled this gardening experience from the very beginning. Putting our green thumbs to the test has made for some interesting observations midway through the process.
This is just one tomato, a first in hopefully many more in a series. At the moment, the Black Cherry and Aunt Ruby’s German Green Cherry have produced the most fruits. All they need to do now is ripen.
The Vintage wine and Yellow Pear have been struggling. Both plants haven’t grown as tall as the other two. Also, many of the flowers of both plants seem to have dried up. Hopefully, these two varieties will get back on track.
Any advice on how to salavage the two other plants?