Wednesday, July 28, 2010

One Sentence Wednesday

Here  we go again.....seedlings!



16 comments:

Sharon said...

Seedlings of what, Melodie?

the wild magnolia said...

Looks like work, looks like harvest! :)

Farmgirl Cyn said...

More plantings???
Hats off to you for being able to keep a blog down to one sentence! Don't think I could do that! How about "Wordless Wednesdays"??? Those bloggers have self control!

Melodie said...

Sharon,

Those are tomatoes!

TWM,

I hope there is a harvest,ya never know around here!

Farmgirl,

I struggle with one sentence!Sometimes it is a really long ,run on sentence!

Sharon said...

Good luck with the tomatoes! I have pretty much given up, is probably too late for my area, anyway.

Doc said...

That is the only reason I would like your weather....perpetually planting.

wayside wanderer said...

Tomatoes! I have yet to figure out how to grow them well. Any advice?

Pricilla said...

Seedlings lead to very good things!

Melodie said...

Wayside wanderer,

compost,a hand full of eggshells and a fish head in every hole and plant them deep!

LindaG said...

Good luck with those! :)

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

you're startin' over?

Texan said...

I just planted my tomato seeds in little pots and look you have seedlings already up!

I hope our fall gardens do well girly!

edenhills said...

Fall gardens are such a strange idea to me. I'll be watching everything die off for the winter's rest here.

Teresa

Callie said...

Love that watering can! I should be planting stuff too.

Kelly said...

Melodie said...
Wayside wanderer,

compost,a hand full of eggshells and a fish head in every hole and plant them deep!

Will this help produce fruit? Our plants are green and healthy, putting out flowers, but I see not fruit! The soil has lots of "animal dropping enhancements"!

Melodie said...

Kelly,
Tomatoes need a certain night time temperature range to produce fruit,if you r nights are too cold or too hot they will not set fruit well but they will still bloom. Other than that I don't know why you are not getting fruit.That is the limit of my tomato knowledge,lol!