Up next will be finishing the garden - 5 gallon containers of peppers and eggplant, and a few 10 gallon pots for the deck Sun Gold, Mexico Midget and Egg Yolk cherry tomatoes and a few other indeterminate types. That will be it - a garden with no digging in heavy, rock filled, clay infested soil. Everything in the bales looks fine - in fact, the first few radish seeds germinated, and bush beans should appear soon. The tomatoes look fine, and I am going to do weekly measurements as part of the data collection for the dwarf tomato grow out.
Today was a good day - I provided a lunch and learn tomato lecture at the Flower Shuttle group in Raleigh. Thursday is really busy - a morning program for the Wake County Master Gardeners, and an evening program at the Durham Library. Have I said how much I enjoy this time of year?