Good: Basil is growing (from seed! Thanks Meagan, for the herb kit)
Not so good: No parsley is growing… it died (I like basil better anyway). Also, something is munching on the basil leaves a little.
Good: The eggplant is making lots of fruits and flowers. The plant is in generally good health.
Not Good: Something ate lots of little holes in all the leaves on the entire plant.
Good: Tomatoes galore, and they’re finally ripening!
Not so good: A few of the tomatoes were affected by less water while we were in Michigan, and have cracking on them.
Not so good: No zucchinis in a while… and the plant does not look happy. It got this way while we were in Michigan. Moral? Never go out of town, ever.
Not so good: Cucumber plant has lots of sad dead leaves (again, trip to MI).
Good: It has flowers and little baby cukes.
Good: Banana pepper has a few tiny peppers forming.
Not so good: The last two banana peppers that got big at all ended up getting big brown spots and I had to get rid of them. Also, the plant is scraggly and sad looking.
Good: Our green beans look happy and there are itty bitty beans starting to grow!
Good: Zora is a very good helper. Here she is letting us know which tomatoes to pick.
…and inspecting the fruit.
So… we sprayed insecticidal soap on the ones that look like something’s been eating them. But any other ideas? Any amazing tips?
Most of all, I want our zucchini to spring back… I LOVE zucchinis, and the ones from our garden have been so good.