Garden Update 1: Photos
Garden Number 3
Three canteloupe and a Big Boy tomoato. The trellis is made from 6.5' steel T-posts and something I found at Home Depot called "Mason Ladder", which is made of a fairly heavy guage steel wire. It's meant for re-inforncing concrete. I also spray-painted it a dark green so it would be less noticeable from a distance.
Garden Number 2
This is the one that doesn't get enough light, or so I believe. Maybe 5 hours. The zucchini and onions seem to be doing very well, the mesclun lettuce was great. The roma tomato plants look okay but aren't growing very fast - same with the cucumbers and muskmelon.
Several of my eggplants have leaves like this - I haven't seen any insects on them but this sure looks like insect damage. I took the opportunity to apply some Bayer Advanced Fruit, Citrus, and Vegetable Insect Control. The instructions say to apply at transplanting - most of my stuff has been in the ground for 4-6 weeks, but hopefully it will still work to prevent future damage. No, I'm not growing organic.
Roma Tomatos in the Topsy Turvy planters
I have two roma tomato plants in these upside down planters. Both purchased at the same time, both about the same size and similar in their looks. Both transplanted into the planters at the same time with the same Miracle Grow potting soil. Both receive the same amount of water and sunlight.
One of them looks much better than the other, don't you think?
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