My Cherry Tomato and (regular?) Tomato plants are spoiled and get watered at least twice a day since it has been so hot during these summer months.
They wilted and were pouting for me to water them… even though I watered them earlier in the day.
See how they recover in this time lapse video after I watered them once again. The original duration of the video was 15 minutes.
I like to document a lot of things with pictures and video, I am often late in posting content… but I hope this will be enjoyable to any who decide to read 🙂
I planted my tomato and Cherry Tomato plants in mid February. They sprouted in my widow sill after about a week:
True leaves appeared after about another week!
Here they are on their first day outside (hardening off?) around March 13th.
During May we weren’t getting a ton of great sun yet and the plants seemed stunted to me… Then I realized that I had reused soil from the previous years and needed to fertilize the plants, Doh!
Back to being nice and green in June, also showing some nice growth Yay!
The vines got SUPER TALL! Flowers bloom and fruit is starting to grow around July 13th.
Now the tomato bushes make a great shade spot for the cats.
(July 13)Here are the Cherry Tomatoes which are growing:
(July 13) And the “regular” tomatoes:
The cats have found the catnip bush in the garden and Kyoko is the first to claim it as his own with great big Kyo-hugs.
His mood is soured when Lisa comes into the picture and wants some of that fragrant catnip for herself.