|Out of somewhere/nowhere, these Sungold's popped out!|
It's been three weeks since I planted the 4 inch plant.
If they hurry, I might be able to taste one.
Anyway, when I saw these yesterday I thought, Jimmy Nardello! What are you doing? This doesn't look like a green sweet pepper to me. As it turns out, Jimmy Nardello is exactly who Jimmy Nardello is. Not a green bell pepper at all.
So it looks like a cayenne, tastes like a sweet and grows really easily. Just so you know. The link above can be used to order as well, from a seed company I really like a lot, Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds.
|This is one planted before I got here, with the strangest stem I've ever seen on a tomato; the flat, twisting stem is almost two inches wide.|
I hope I get to see at least one of these weirdos ripen.
|These are, or will be, yellow plum tomatoes.|
The fig tree that was planted when Iko was born has been sparse on the figs. Until the other day when we noticed baby figs everywhere on it! It's due for a transplant from its pot, but maybe now isn't the time.
With everyone gone yesterday afternoon, I gave in to garden urges and pulled this radish out from the crowd. It was beautiful. And delicious.
|Shhhh, they'll never miss it!|
|This is the raised bed the radish was grown in.|
Everything in here is going crazy right now,
from the radishes to the
indigo dye plants to the sunflowers.
Raised bed gardening works.
|The peas are about done, sugar snap, sweet and red.|