One Lonely Tomato
I’m convinced that blight has settled into the Suburban Farm. Each of my cherry tomato plants is brimming with beautiful green fruits, yet nothing is developing. With plenty of sunshine and rain, these fruits have sat for weeks without turning. Except for one. My one, lonely tomato.
I feel sad, because I though I could escape the blight. Instead I see spotted leaves, drooping stalks, and a lot of wasted potential. I should pull out all the stalks, but this one tomato has given me hope that maybe all is not lost. I’ll give it until the weekend. Anyway, the cucumbers need room to spread their wings.