Jiddu Krishnamurti once said, “A consistent thinker is a thoughtless person, because he conforms to a pattern; he repeats phrases and thinks in a groove.” Call tomato lovers thoughtless, but when it comes to perfecting the tomatoes in the garden, conforming to a few good patterns may be all that you need to ensure sweetness and disease-free plants. And with this being the first of July, the treasured tomato plants are in the midst of a critical growing period. While the posts below may seem like beginner's tips, repeating phrases is always worth it, especially now when disease can run amuck. Plus, tending to the veggie garden can get lost in the summer fun shuffle and these simple steps can keep a consistent tomato groove.
So before I shove off, apologies abound for the short and sweet of things. But that’s the nature of the beast around this time of the year. Besides, I can’t tell what flavor people enjoy unless I hear from you. There’s a mixed audience that visits here, so sometimes it’s best just to serve up plain vanilla.
If you need a different flavor or twist, send your requests, comments or questions. Now off to celebrate – it’s the first day of July. You have to celebrate everything in life, even those small sparkles, otherwise, it all breezes right by you and you miss out on the grand finale.
Image of tomatoes in the garden by Ann Bilowz ©
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