I got up early Saturday morning to wait for the morning sunlight, this was taken at 7am.
My garden is doing very well in comparison to this time last year especially the Thai eggplants.
They just don’t bear the fruit fast enough, My dad gave me some from this garden.
I’ve been eating the chili peppers and they are not as hot yet, but very tasty.
The cherry tomato plants are showing sign of aging, some of the leaves are dying and drying out. I still get plenty of tomatoes, and not to mention some from my dad’s garden.
The pickling cucumber plants are also mature.
I still get the cucumber but not as abundance as last month.
The Brussels sprouts are thriving in the hot and humid weather of North Carolina.
A lot of caring for them and if not spot check on a regular basis, they could be gone within days. It’s one of the plants that cabbage worms love to munch on.
My cabbages are not doing too bad growing in pots, but I think it would be more ideal to grown them in the garden.
Lee’s flowers next to her swing. Her roses in the background are doing well also, this is the third set of blooms this year. The trick is to prune dead-heading to encourage new flowers and you will have blooms until the first frost in early winter.