Bloom

Despite the constant temperatures in the low 60s and 70s – which, if it weren’t for the rain, I sure wouldn’t be complaining about, believe me! – things have decided to start budding up.

The strangest tomato flower – it’s double. I honestly can’t remember if my Cherokee Purple were like this last year or not. If not, maybe these are Brandywine? I also planted some Heirloom Italian and some Cherry Roma. But I am terrible at labeling, and they all got mixed up, and I have no idea which one this is.

Baby cucumbers:

A zinnia mix – I can’t wait to see what colors they are!

My “Mammoth” sunflowers aren’t so “mammoth” really, but who can blame them when their feet are constantly wet? At least they’re going to try and make a good show of it.

They’re taller than SofĂ­a now… about armpit height on me. Maybe 4 feet. I think I prefer them short like this. But let’s hope for some big flower heads at least!

Oh, goofus.


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