Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Another one bites the dust...

My tomatoes growing days are coming to an end. I planted early this year so they are on their last leg with 3 little tomatoes hanging on. This was the best year for me regarding growing tomatoes, but this is how they look right now.

Off to the compost...soon!
My Peppers on the other hand are doing great. Good thing Eric likes stuffed peppers...

...and one more thing. When I planted this lovely flowering plant, imagine my surprise when I realized I had planted another bell pepper instead. So, because it's in a pot, the peppers come out mini size which is perfect for salads....I'm a genius ...kinda.


  1. Nice veggies. I keep saying I'm going to do a vegetable garden one year. Then we go into extreme droughts and I decide maybe it's not such a good idea after all.
    Have a great day.

  2. Hi Bunny: Thanks for the birthday wish. I did finally go to sleep at 1:00 AM. Feel so much better today. Your tomatoes did better than mine. I just would not get my to grow well this year. I hope your school has air conditioning. When I worked, the air was on and off, because it was an old unit. Blessings my friend. Martha

  3. Mine are looking at their last days too. Need to get out there this weekend and get it all ready to start again.

  4. I was able to have tomatoes earlier in the year. We just planted green peppers, but they seem to be wilting fast. Any tips on growing them -- do they need indirect sunlight, to be tied to a pole in order to grow? So many things can grow in pots -- so I keep trying. Have a great day! :) Tammy

  5. Hey! I thought people who grew tomatoes gave bunches away! Whaaaa~

  6. Hi, Bunny,
    You are ahead of me in my gardening. Haven't tried vegetables yet. Maybe one of these days. I know tomatoes and peppers both taste so much better when they are fresh off the vine. Thank you so much for stopping by Bunny Cottage for a visit. Come by often please! Vicki p.s. I enjoyed your story about the bra and the bank!!!

  7. Oh I do love the musical interludes! LOL. Halooo to Charlie and say, this is a right great blog! I look forward to visiting often, Bunny.

    LOVE those shots of your veggies. Alas, my garden was washed away a couple of weeks ago when the deer weren't eating them. drat...!

    Take care!
    Candace in Athens.

  8. The peppers are looking so good. I can't eat tomatoes because they are too acidic and make my face break out...ick!


    p.s. The Commander was laughing about your Alarming Bra....he said "tell Bunny to go through the drive-thru and she won't have to worry about the alarm!

  9. Ah, I know how you feel.. our season is ending around here too. We had a great produce this year too which is amazing! Don't you just love all those fresh veggies!?! At least there's next year. ;-)

  10. Thanks for the green pepper tips. Unfortunately, some have already bitten the dust. I hope that at least some will survive. Have a great weekend!

  11. Bonjour Bunny! Thanks for coming to visit; and I am happy that you enjoyed your tour of Stillwater, MN. I have many pictures that capture the spirit of the place; serene, old fashioned, mid-west beauty. I hope the weather is behaving itself out there; a friend in Arizona is saying that it is 105---no thanks! Take care now, Anita


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