Surprisingly, my little garden is still producing. We had a cold snap during the first half of November and it is like that cold snap jump-started my garden, especially the tomatoes. They were kind of lackluster but still growing. Since the cold snap, they have gone hog-wild. 2014-12-04 tomatoes When I last counted about a week or so ago, I had over 55 tomatoes spread between both plants with the majority of them being on the cherry tomato plant. I’m just waiting for them to ripen. I’m getting kind of impatient for them to ripen, so fried green tomatoes are starting to sound pretty good! Both plants have a number of flowers on them. I think they are liking the cooler weather we’ve been having. It adds to my theory that tomatoes were so much easier for me to grow in Kentucky than they are here in Texas.
Today’s harvest is my broccoli – the crown is about 10 inches across. A week or so ago I think it was about half that size. I’m hoping to get some side shoots with more broccoli heads. I’ll check for those in about a week or two.