Trellises that were previously engulfed in foliage from watermelon vines are now naked from their absence, and only the removal of knee highs from the wire mesh is still at hand.
Only one tomato plant remains, and this would be a black brandywine that is growing in the recently built 6 gallon self- watering planter constructed from recycled cat litter buckets. The funny thing is, I really don't have a logical explanation for keeping it. Perhaps it's my reluctance to accept that the end is drawing near? Probably....
In other news, more improvements are being thought of, and I can certainly say that a couple would really make next year's experience much easier. The only problem is, the problematic muscle issue with my lower back really controls how quickly they are finished....
I'm also anticipating the upcoming muscadine grape harvest in a few weeks, and can't help but wish that each grows to a bigger size before finally mature. Grape jelly will be made from most, but at least a quart of the extracted juice will find itself in the freezer for something later.
That's all for today
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