These two peppers represent about 1/3 of our total pepper crop. The two plants we put in were sort of a bust.
But aside from the peppers being almost-no-shows, this has been a fun--and tasty!--enterprise. Next year, The Hubby and I are definitely going to plant more "Super Sweet 100" cherry tomatoes. They are small but pack a mighty punch of flavor.
We'll add in more heirloom varieties of tomatoes, too. Have to keep that yummy biodiversity going!
The pale yellow cherry tomatoes? Meh. Not so much. But they make a nice contrast in the photographs.
Hey Lauren, thanks for stopping by my blog post about gardening. You have "no reply blogger" checked, so I couldn't respond to your email. I'm not sure what you can grow in the fall in Boston in containers, but probably lettuce, radishes, carrots and snap peas on a trellis. These are all good to grow in containers. Good luck!ReplyDelete
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