I don't know who has assaulted my plants. It could be a bird. It could be squirrels. It could be rabbits. No matter who it was, they have taken things way too far. Little bastards.
Last week I was so excited because all four of my tomato plants had maters on them. I even took pictures to share with you because I was a proud little farmer girl.
My Roma plant also had four maters on it. That was...until the plants started getting attacked. No joke. They not only stole the tomatoes, they BROKE THE PLANTS! RUDE!
They broke them right in half! I surrender. I have given up on the tomatoes. I'm focusing only on peppers from now on. Yep. No more tomatoes. I replaced the two broken plants with a pablano pepper plant and a fajita bell pepper plant. Check out how well my pepper plants are doing...
|There is one pepper formed and A LOT |
of buds for new peppers.
|My jalapeno plant is going crazy. I think it's time to harvest.|
|So many super chili peppers there was no |
need for arrows to find them.
|My fajita bell pepper plant has one pepper |
and a lot of blossoms.
|The pablano pepper plants has oodles of blossoms.|
|The giant pepper plant not only has the one giant pepper, |
but it has a new baby pepper growing.
My Roma plant HAD two maters left on it last night...
but when I went out to water it tonight,
they were all gone. BASTARDS!
So, take that little ravaging critters, you don't like pepper plants, so alas, that is all I'll grow. Go find someone else's plants to rape.
To end on a happy note, I just went outside and harvested my unassaulted peppers.
I suddenly have a craving for salsa and spicy stir fry!