You have to look closely in the center of the photo and you'll see a little tomato starting!!
I'm now a big fan of these red water walls that surrounded the tomato plants since the 2nd week of April. I have about 25 tomato plants flowering and I found 4 of them with small tomatoes!
Edit to the last post for the CSA-- snap peas were not abundant this Tuesday but after all this wonderful rain the last 2 days, they have all popped out. So next week the snap and snow peas will be in the boxes. Mike and the kids will be up early on Tues/Thursday to pick these. They are so good the first 24-48 hrs and nothing compares. They are still great after 24 hrs-- but when they are so soon off the vine they are amazing! So plan your meals for next week now and include snow/snap peas in it. I personally love them just sauteed in olive oil and garlic scapes. The garlic scapes keep popping out....we think we got most of them and then oops...there are more!
Next week will have more garlic scapes, lots more lettuce, some swiss chard, and some spinach in addition to the snap peas and snow peas. We are also getting some basil from another local grower. There is also some arugula that will be off on the side for those that like arugula. It's really, really spicy arugula. One of our CSA members says that she has a recipe for arugula with cantalope and that sounds like a great combination of flavors.