The frame in front became my target, as it had nothing of value growing in it. The second frame is full of rambling cherry tomato plants that are still productive. The third frame is full of cherry tomato plants, though I did not see much fruit. The first and third frames were closed all summer, yet the plants survived in that heat. Can't figure that one out. Though the heat probably prevented the tomatoes in the third frame from setting fruit.
|Frame prior to weed removal|
|Bed weeded and compost added|
|Pop Pop brought along his starter veggies|
|Ah, much improved, 10/26/11|
Well, that is a nice start. One down, to more to grow. The top row has Beedy's Kale, and thick stemmed chinese mustard. The second row has pink stemmed kale, and some more chinese mustard. The second to bottom row is various lettuce plants, and the bottom row is frisee and Tango lettuce, as both of those will stay short. Now if only I had a Pop Pop to help with my gardens.