Okay. Can you tell where the bed stops and starts? Where exactly is the path.
February 19th, 2012. We do like to plant the cherry tomatoes variety, though I wish this year we had planted just a few more of the Romas or larger tomatoes. In a future post, I can show you why we like the cherries but it does make picking fiddly.
Having a jungle of tomato plants sprawling all over the bed also makes picking a fiddly job. It is thus best undertaken by the farmer responsible for the jungle. If non-planters are asked to do picking, a protest flag is always raised above the bed. Sometimes I can look the other way and not even notice that flag. Mainly because one does need help with the harvest in times of plenty.
Tomato bed 1 planted (November 2011)
Tomato bed - mid summer (January 2008)
Tomato bed - early summer (December 2007)
Tomato bed prep (November 2007)