Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Sweat Therapy -- Suckering and Tying Up Tomatoes


Gardening gives one back a sense of proportion 
about everything -- except itself.

~ May Sarton ~ Plant Dreaming Deep, 1968




 

10 comments:

Thérèse said...

You are pretty busy in your beautiful garden.

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen said...

Beautifully tended garden Vicki, but your garden is always lovely. With all the rain we've had, we're worried the tomatoes won't be as good this year. Fingers crossed...
Sam

Brian Miller said...

oo those tomatoes look good....
ha, love your workboots...ha...they are growing a garden on themselves...

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

Looks yummy. My cherry tomatoes were in salad last night. One plant will give me about 4 salads. Oh good for you to have so many!

NCmountainwoman said...

You have such a lovely garden. Not only do you get sweat therapy now, you get to enjoy the bounty this winter.

Jim Egerton said...

That garden is so big. Many days of weeding and caring for. I noticed the hemp twine. Hard to find out here. Of course they have a synthetic substitute. Also the railroad spikes keeping the socks and handkerchief safe from the wind.
Thank you for sharing your bounty.

Lise said...

Looks wonderful!

Deanna said...

Beautiful!

Star said...

Your pictures give a good feel of the garden and how busy you've been in it. Our tomatoes are not as ripe as yours yet.

Mel said...

While I was away my garden went feral. I over planted, and it's crowded and somebody ate my beans. Sigh. At least I am trying.
Yours looks lovely and the boots made me laugh.
Your hard work shines through the pictures. :)