Harvest Monday is hosted by Daphne's Dandelion's. Stop by and see what other bloggers have harvested this passed week.
'Diva' made her real debut this week. Each time I went to pick the cherry tomatoes there was another 'Diva' waiting for me.
The humidity this week was very high. It was to uncomfortable to even think of going outside after work. Even picking this small amount was an effort. It has finally broken and this should be a much more comfortable week,
We had the same humidity last week. It was so oppressive even when it wasn't in the 90s. I stayed indoors mostly. It broke yesterday though and it was so nice out then.ReplyDelete
The weekend had lower humidity, but it was back up tofay 91% humidity this morning! Ugh!Delete
This is a better week I think, much less humid. Your tomatoes look very tasty and a nice variety!ReplyDelete
Thanks nutmeg gardener, I'm hoping we do get some relief this week.Delete
You're right about humidity, it was impossible to do anything outside this week at all. Thankfully last night we got some cooler air and today is better. Love the colorful harvest.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jenny. You'd think that after living in this area for almost 10 years I'd be used to the oppressive humidity.Delete
We always have high summer humidity in Mobile, Al. The weather man said that today it was higher than normal. Oy vay. I can hardly stand to be outside when it's so hot and humid. Fall will be here soon, though. :)ReplyDelete
Yours id much worse than mine. I'll keep my fingers crossed that you get some relief this week.Delete
What a lovely tomato harvest! Are those Black cherries? I'm going to have to try them out next year~!ReplyDelete
Thanls Mary! They are black cherry tomatoea. I highly reommend them. They are super productive and have a great flavor.Delete
you had good harvest. keep it up. I like your arrange method. choose good tools for gardening purposes.ReplyDelete