Good lord, it’s raining

For two days straight: rain, rain, rain. And it started the day after we planted the tomatoes. I hope this doesn’t effect them too much. The day after the rain stopped, the shoots looked pretty sad; and the day after that, some of the leaves were quite yellow. The shoots are standing up a little more, but this cold snap might make it even more difficult for them to come back. Well, luckily Sea Island Savory Herbs isn’t too far away and the tomato seedlings aren’t that expensive: it’s just all the preparation that goes into planting them. Hopefully we won’t have to bury more fish heads …

The garden after the first day of rain. The water is pooling around the south side entrance: I think we'll have to install a drainage ditch soon.

The garden after the first day of rain. The water is pooling around the south side entrance: I think we'll have to install a drainage ditch soon.

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