Random postings from our micro urban farm in downtown Lewiston, Idaho.
your tomato plants are looking mighty fine. as is your corn and squash.
Thanks, I'm learning a lot this year being that it is my first year down here in the "banana belt". I have already been making plans for next year. I want to try something like this on a small scale---> Living Mulch Hope I can find a good electric mower that I can do this with.
I just wanted to say nice bags! I look forward to seeing your seed list this year :)
Thanks for following my blog! I'm going to spend some time getting to know your garden. This may be a silly/newbie question, but if you bag your tomatoes, how do the flowers get pollinated?
Tomatoes produce complete flowers with both male and female reproductive parts. Usually their is enough wind to jostle the bags and pollen around so that the flowers self-pollinate. You can also shake the bags a bit to make sure you have good pollination.
I'm going to try and save as many seeds as I can and share with everyone. I need more bags though.
Your plants are really beautiful and it shows that you have very well maintained your garden.Kitchen Benchtops