Thursday, July 25, 2013

Tomatoes: all in a row

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Yesterday's harvest all lined up. The largest is the Sudduth's Brandywine, the first of this year. The next two are Paul Robeson and the last are Black Krim, both Russian heirlooms.

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Black Krim: the first

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Another Russian heirloom. While this is the first one that will be eaten, I had ones ripening earlier which dropped to the ground and got moldy. Such is life. I'm sure there will be more tomatoes soon.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Paul Robeson: the first one

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The first Paul Robeson of the season peaks out behind the leaves. They have been doing well in our coastal climate. We get morning fog here in the summer by the beach, even with the heat wave more inland.

Friday, May 10, 2013

In May, full bloom

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Gorgeous blooms of an amazing community gardener's plot. These were taken from the path.

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