Tomatoes and Sunflowers
Things are slow, and the season is showing signs of winding down. But I’ve been pulling in a steady stream of tomatoes: 11.725 pounds of cherry tomatoes as of yesterday. The stalks look terrible, but the blight infestation and fruit production must have narrowly missed each other.
The sunflowers are at their peak, and while things were slow during my yard sale on Saturday, I watched bees hungrily dine on the blossoms.
I sure am going to miss summer; it barely started. It makes me appreciate the stretch of golden days we’ve had this week.