This year was not much different. After a wonderful spring where I was inundated with tomatoes, the majority of my plants have once again been toasted by summer. It finally was time to pull them out. The only two the made the cut were the Porter and the Sugery.
|This is NOT how the Sugery Tomato is looking right now|
The Porter had been recommended to me by someone local as a tomato that stood up to the summer. While it isn't producing any fruit, it also isn't dead, so I'm calling it a win. The Sugery is also not looking great, but not looking horrible, so it also got a reprieve.
|The back two raised beds in the vegetable garden (Ignore the toasted lawn...we don't water the "grass" back here)|