May 12, 2017
The cherry tomatoes are starting to get going. We only planned to have one and bought the second for my mother-in-law, but it started to get too big too quickly, so we ended up planting it too.
Then I discovered volunteer Matt’s Cherry plants from last year’s droppings, growing all around the bed edges! Giving these away on our local garden swap group.
Borage in between the tomatoes, with a tiny rogue Bermuda stolon (the stuff spreads through air, I dear it must!). I pulled that after this photo.
Tomatillos on the vines.
Nasturtiums coming up nicely beside the tomatoes, thyme, and tomatillos.
Teeny tiny Roma tomatoes!
The chives are starting to recover.
Pineapple Sage is one of my favorite culinary herbs.
The big picture. Nasturtiums coming up all around the edges, the pineapple Sage (front R) is getting big (it will get several feet high and around – I’ll train it to lean out of the garden walls.)
How about those peas, though?
How about the peas, indeed. K’s peas are doing great! She’s so excited and helps them grab onto the trellis.