I was pushing the wheelbarrow. Then Julia came along with dogs.
Remember volunteer tomatoes? They're everywhere. However ... one spot on the farm you'd never expect to find a volunteer tomato plant is the burn pile. Right? Yep ... there it is!
Yes, indeed. That's a tomato! How in the world?
Adam's tomato trellising is stupendous.
Around the little outbuilding Adam has been clearing the brush and weed trees. One tree had already fallen over, so he cut it off, leaving part of the leaning stump. It's right next to a pretty-shaped dwarf apple of some sort.
|apple on the left, other tree on the right.|
Oh - one more thing. Today Adam put up shade cloth on one end of the front porch for the summer.
Isn't that interesting? We're very pleased with it. We've saved the plastic sheeting and Adam will put it back up next winter. The wiggle-wire and channel remains on the house, and both the plastic and the shade cloth are attached using it. It's a great system. The only drawback is his having to fight off the rose bushes while he climbed the ladder, poor fellow! I heard him muttering,
"I hate rose bushes!"