Monday, July 21, 2014

Banana Plantation

We are having fun watching our one plant banana plantation grow.
Here it is on July 6th.
July 20th

We are also enjoying homegrown tomatoes from our 2 container plants.
Emma helping Papaw.
Ethan picked a few.  

The temperatures were fantastic last week.  Highs in the 60's & 70's, lows in the 50's.
What a treat that was.  The heat is back this week, but so far there is no mention of temps of 100. 

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7 comments:

Patsy said...

Looks like a fun time at your home.
It has been nice here but hot today.

Kerin said...

Wow! Everything is growing great at your place!!
Picking tomatoes.... aw.... I could have too, if only the deer hadn't picked them before me :)

Have a good day .

K.

Vee said...

What a lovely time of cool, fresh air in the middle of July in Oklahoma! Unheard of. Looks as if you'll be harvesting a lot of goodies. There must be a lot of pressure to perform on that one banana tree. =)

Kathe said...

How fun Carol! Oh, if you are missing your 100 degree temps, we've got them here! Only difference is, humidity is below 15% :-)

Sue said...

So glad you had a break from hot temps. we are now receiving your nice weather it truly is a blessing especially since July is so hot and and humid! here in N.C.
The banana plant is so cool, please keep me updated, and we too are just beginning to gather fresh tomatoes, nothing like it is it?
Blessings,
Sue

Sis Sue said...

Everybody is 'The Farmer in the Dell'.

Laurie Ritchey said...

I want some of those gorgeous tomato plants. I stopped planting them, because the squirrels always got them before I did. I love picking a fresh tomato to slice and eat. Your grands are so cute. laurie