It won’t be long now!!! (those are fingerling potatoes BTW)
I’ll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market tomorrow ’til 1.
I have some green onions and baby leeks, kale raab, orange carrots, curly kale, a new red kale that’s mild and delish, chard, red and gold beets.
Garden plants in 4″ pots: cutting celery
Our 100% grass fed & grass finished, Animal Welfare Approved Angus beef in these cuts:
Ribeyes, NY strip, skirt steak, sirloin steak, osso bucco, short ribs, stew beef, philly steak, cube steak, shoulder roast, sirloin tip roast, eye of round roast, boneless chuck roast, soup bones, and the last of the andouille sausage, hot dogs (skinny and quarter pounder), sliced corned beef, and sliced pastrami made from our 100% grass fed Angus beef, no added nitrates or nitrites.
Ground beef special – Buy 5, Get 1 free.
Bulk pricing on our beef: quarters, halves and wholes – $3.50 lb hang weight plus the cost of processing.
The tomato plants look amazing, picture doesn’t do them justice. I had to put out about 4 gallons of diatomaceous earth at the base of the plants and the stem because fire ants were destroying them.
This is an odd thing, I haven’t researched it but I have a few plants that are terminating in a giant flower. I mean, the plant can’t get any taller because the main stem/leader is terminating in a mass of fused blossoms that will make the most humongous tomato ever.
See – several flower branches are fused together to make 1 big blossom > tomato, and this is the top of the plant. I’ve never seen this before and now I have multiple plants doing this. I was going to pull it up but I want to see if we can get a tomato of epic proportions. More epic than the epic ones up to this point 🙂
See you tomorrow!!