Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Spring Garden

Now is a peak time for gardens in the low-desert gardening. especially the Phoenix area. We've been picking radishes and carrots for a couple of weeks. Tomato and pepper transplants are continuing to grow as are the Sunflowers and watermelon from seeds. It looks great. My only concern now is that the average daily temperature is starting to hit 100 degrees. I am hopeful that we will get some tomatoes before it gets too hot.

1 comment:

Brenda M. said...

Do you have problems with tomatoes in the summer? I thought they were supposed to thrive in the heat.

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