I thought I should get back to miniatures in this blog...but you know how it goes.....
So, we love tomatoes and my husband loves to grow them from seed, which he does VERY successfully....every year. Although he planted less than usual, they all came up, so I am in the annual process of convincing the extended family that when they visit they should take some home! Still there's danger of frost, so nothing tender can go outside....the conservatory is full to bursting with the orchids and other conservatory plants, plus the toms., carnation plug plants, leek and parsnip seedlings. I need help!!
|Running out of room fast...|
|Finally...nowhere to sit...|
Bert arrived, released from his box which he never liked anyway to help tie one or two to supports.
|Thank heavens for Bert|
It's a losing battle anyway really and they do look beautiful and I do love them; we have a mixture of the native and the spanish variety in different areas and I had a wild ambition to only keep the native.....oh well. When they die down other things appear and the garden is ever-changing.
I hope you're all enjoying your garden too, whether it's real sized or miniature.
Thank you for looking