You say tomato, I say epic FAIL

Since I had inherited my grandmother’s green thumb (I got at least 1 allele), I decided to do a garden again this year.  Since we just moved, I hadn’t had time to get my compost seasoned — it’s still in the decaying process — and so my garden suffered.

These are suppose to be cherry tomato plants.  ::sigh::   I think my problem is not enough nitrogen.  At least that’s what some gardening forums said online.  It might be because my house is build on sand.  (I know, I know, the Bible says differently but we’re in a coastal plain!  With pine trees and turkey oaks which are nature’s way of saying, “Your soil has zero nutrients, ha ha.”)  Well, there’s always next year.  In the meantime, I’m trying to keep ’em watered and fertilized.


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