Several beds of our garden are in an area that is generally quite wet in the spring. Not the place to plant early crops like peas or lettuce, but perfect for tomatoes, especially since the area gets lots of sun.
This year, though, it was wet and rainy until early July. The area is built up with wood chips, but still, it was so soggy, I was afraid that our tomatoes would rot.
On top of that, we had to delay planting because of a late frost. So, for quite a while, I wasn’t expecting much from our 24 tomato plants.Continue Reading