Sunday, May 29, 2011
Who knows exactly why this tomato plant is doing so much better than all the others, but it could be the good company it keeps.
The tomato was sandwiched between nurse plants fava and meadow rue (Theordore Payne) in hopes of keeping the critters away, which seems to have worked. The rhubarb came from Winetka Farms and Craig Rugless told me to put it in a shadier, moister spot. It's thriving - a first for me. I usually kill my rhubard straight away, which is too bad as it's one of my very favorite plants both for eating and looking at.
The buckwheat is cover crop and bee fodder. The rest I just planted haphazardly.
I'll let you know how this turns out as the summer wears on.