Friday, June 18, 2021

To-May-To or To-Mah-To?

You say to-may-to. I say to-mah-to.  Let's figure out what we should do with the abundance of tomatoes that will be coming my way very soon.

We have had a few nice days ~ cool days in the low 80's. That will end tomorrow and summer will arrive earlier than scheduled.

Below is a video tour and update of the garden.  Enjoy!

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  1. Do you make tomato sauce from your tomatoes, Gina? It is warming up here again with low 90s and high humidity for the weekend and beginning of next week. Have a great weekend!

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    1. Robin, we usually share any extra tomatoes that we may grow. I might try to make sauce sometime!

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  2. That was such a lovely wander around your pretty garden. You have so much growing! The bird song was very beautiful.

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    1. Thank you for joining me in the garden, Barbara! xo

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  3. We had a bug last year that ate up one of my plants, I googled and it said to use the dish soap and water but as much as I used it nothing would kill them. My peppers seem to have black spots on them, I should google what that means.
    Looks like everything is coming along nicely!

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    1. Connie, those pesky bugs! I hope your peppers are doing well now. Thank you for visiting my garden!

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  4. What a delightful video of your garden, Gina! I enjoyed my tour seeing all your roses, veggies, berries, bird feeders and flowers.

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    1. I'm so glad you joined me in the garden! xoxo

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