|My "Hanging Tomato" system!|
This is a picture of the "Hanging Tomato" system that my husband built for me. We created this after many years of trying to keep our tomatoes staked up properly. The only tricky part is that it is very important that they are waterered daily!
Here is a picture of one of the gardening systems that my husband has created for me. This is an earlier picture so you can get an idea of what it looks like! The plants are very grown up now and it is hard to see exactly what the system looks like! I have a lot of fun with this! As you can see I have a potting table in the center of the structure where I can work!
Here is another earlier picture to give you an idea of what it looks like! This side has a raised bed on the ground, along with some container planting as well.
I hope to add, this fall, one or two more raised beds next to this one with a walkway in between each! I will have to fence in the area where I will plant my lettuce, as the bunnies love it way to much!
In this picture I was able to get a green tomato, as well as red tomato hiding amongs the leaves!
In this container I have a "Tomatillo" plant, a "Yummy Bell" pepper plant, and the one closest in the picture is a "Mini Belle" pepper plant which I started from seed indoors back in April. It is especially rewarding to start plants from a bag of seeds that was around $1.50. I am very proud of this one, considering the entire bag of seeds cost $1.19 and I currently have five of these plants growing in my vegetable garden!
In this container I have: A regular "Jalapeno" plant. A "TAM Jalapeno" plant (this is a mild Jalapeno that was created at Texas A & M University) It is very mild and delicious! Also planted here is a Bonnie "Bell Pepper" plant!
This container system was all built by my husband. It is all very nice because it is all within arms reach and very easy to take care of!
|Triple Blooms on Hibiscus Plant|
|Pink Crepe Myrtle|
|Rose from my mini rose bush!|