It tastes of victory!
Saturday, 02 Jul 11 Rainy 24°C / 75°F
First little tomato harvested today. Just popped right off in my hand and I shared it with Ian. It was pretty good. That’s his hand in the photo by the way.
Put some gift cards/vouchers to good use today and came home with some insecticidal soap, vermiculite, a couple new pots, some pebbles, seaweed concentrate, a spray bottle, many packets of seeds, lemon thyme, chocolate mint, and a half a dozen tiny houseplants.
Have already broken out the spray bottle because the stupid aphid infestation has started the evil powdery mildew cycle that I am never able to defeat. So I’ll hit it up with milk every couple days and as unhappy as I am with the prospect I will hit it with the insecticide too. I actually hit a couple other things with milk while I was getting the squash because I suspect that it could take down the dahlias, fuchsias and rudbeckia too.
Now I shall have rum bananas on ice cream which, as it happens, also taste like victory.
Zucchini 'Black beauty' Setting Fruit, Tomato 'Golden Cherry F1' Growing, Rudbeckia 'Indian Summe...
Dahlia 'Bishop's Children' Bicolours and coral red singles Blooming, Fuchsia 'Carmel Blue' Bloomi...
Chrysanthemum, unknown mauve Blooming, German Chamomile Tier Pot 1 Blooming, and Primrose Blooming
Begonia 'Glowing Embers' and Begonia 'Sherbet Bon Bon'