Saturday, 8 July 2017
Saturday, 1 July 2017
The problem with urban gardening isn't that it's in a city. No, it's the high density of critters who like the garbage that's left out, but really prefer to eat what you try to grow.
Some years ago I gave up on tomatoes, and now only have flowering annuals, and the fruiting plants that I put in before the decision. But this looks like a year when perhaps there will be even more than the beasts can eat, perhaps because of the rainy spring. The cherry tree across the lane is loaded with fruit, while in our yard I've rarely seen such promise.
Now if it would only be sunny for a while to let everything ripen...