A small hail storm
Tuesday, 24 May 11 14°C / 58°F
We got hit with a little bit of hail on this rainy, overcast day. The hail put some holes in all of the eggplants and a few of the pepper plants, but overall everything still looks really healthy. I wan’t at home when the storm came or I would’ve moved the plants under shelter.
The two Ace tomato plants the I put in the ground yesterday showed a little bit of transplant shock. The edges of the leaves were slightly curled and the plant looked a little tired. I’m sure everything will be ok and they’ll bounce back. All the other tomatoes looked great.
I grabbed a few more radishes that were looking big enough to pull up. They went into the dinner salad as well as the greens.
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