My Early Girls are pretty obviously on a mission to knock down their wire prison. I started getting ripe Early Girls about a week ago but I'm too lazy to take another picture of them. Plus I could eat the things by the bushel right now; they're like candy.
You might be saying to yourself..."my goodness, Miranda has planted a lot of tomatoes. I wonder why so many." Well, if you know me well enough, you know that I am quite a pessimistic planter. I assume that at least 40% of my crop is going to die. So I bought enough tomato plants so that I could still have a decent harvest after I found a way to kill half of them. However, they all decided to THRIVE. One of them is as tall as me. I tried to buy varietys the said "Full Sun" on the tag because that's pretty much what they get here in Denver...12 hours of FULL SUN. Apparently I was successful.
Above is a picture of my fine leaf basil. I don't like it quite as much as the regular sweet leaf but it is still good and does much better in the hot sun. Below are pictures of my summer squash which I couldn't kill even if I tried.