Despite the overwhelming heat we've had recently (which fortunately broke on Sunday), my container garden is growing into a small forest of deep green. I was able to harvest (and eat) the first of the grape tomatoes yesterday with more on the way.
The garden started here:
It now looks like this:
I have my first strawberry peeping out. Now I just have to keep Joey away from it. Turns out the dog loves strawberries and tomatoes. (Turns out he loves anything that I drop while cooking...except garlic and onion. He sniffs and walks away from those two.)
And here's my first yellow pear tomato getting ready to be picked.
And an early girl, just about right.
And this is my summer project. I've had this table for years and it's slowly turned pinkish from years in the sun. This year it needed to be sanded, cleaned and re-painted before I was going to let it out on the deck. It's taken a few weeks, but I finally got it done. I then went up to Pottery Barn and found the perfect umbrella (on sale...yeah). I'm so happy with how it turned out. And along with my deck rugs from Lowe's, I now feel like I have another room on my tiny little house.
Off to make something with leftover pork tenderloin. Maybe I'll do that hash again.