|Garlic Chives are going to seed.|
|Waltham 29 Broccoli|
Peppers of all varieties are improving with the cooler weather. Some might not consider 95° cooler; but it is and there are fewer hours of the day dedicated to baking at those temperatures.
A couple of Better Boy Tomatoes were planted earlier this summer with the thought of having fresh, large tomatoes into the fall. Looks like that plan is working out.
|Better Boy Tomato|
Pumpkins continue to produce well. Daily squash bugs hunts continue as well. The pumpkins rest on dried grape leaves in an attempt to avoid rotting portions on the squash. So far, so good.
Fruit trees that have fruit are Granny Smith Apple, Robertson Orange, Rio Red Grapefruit, and Variegated Pink Lemon. All the fruit trees are due for a haircut/pruning and a feeding. I would like to wait for the weather to cool down further; but it doesn't look like that will happen anytime soon.
|Granny Smith Apple|
|Red Flame Grapes|
|Calibrachoa Hybrid - Superbells Coralberry Punch|
|Petunias without bud worms!|
- Turn the old tomato bed.
- Plant peas
- Plant sweet peas
- Clean up the overflowing boysenberry canes.
- Prune / feed roses.
- Clean out remaining tomato (Gold Currant) bed.
- Plant lettuce
- Plant onions
- Prune / feed all fruit trees.