Monday, April 11, 2011

We are getting ready for the tomato's , this year we are trying

the Arkansas Traveler a vine ripe pink tomato.
The Taylor's Perfection Camellia has bloomed. This year we are doing the gold Margarita African Daisy
This color African Daisy was last year. I didn't know they are an annual

and will not make it in our winters. It loves our hot dry summers

and will add color to the garden.Praying all is well with you this Monday morning.

We are getting hard rain but no tornado we were in a watch zone all night.


8 comments:

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Patsy Sweetie...
Love the looks of this tomatoe, I bet it will be sweet as honey. I love a sliced tomoatoe with salt and pepper for a meal. I could sit and eat them right off of Daddy's vine, just washing them in the well water. Oh what memories. I have actually planted in a pot on the patio a patio tomatoe, we'll see what she does. She has 7 blooms at the moment, so I am hoping for a few fresh ones of my own. Yummy.

Love your beautiful flowers, it is hard to grow things here in the desert as well in the Summer. It gets so hot. That is why I enjoy Spring and my flowers, because I know they are short lived.

Hope you have a beautiful Monday sweet one. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Darla said...

I can hardly wait to pick a fresh tomato!! Love your Daisy choice....very happy you did not have severe weather.

Donnie said...

That is a luscious looking tomato. I need to figure out what I want to plant this year. Love your choices.

Rae said...

I love those daisies. They are my favorite.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Oh, isn't it just gorgeous! Your Camellia has unfurled. I love African Daisies too Patsy. I sent for some like the ones in the last picture. Now I am wondering what colors to plant with them. They are such a colorful one. I fresh grown tomato would be so yummy about now.

Maggie Ann said...

Patsy, Your beautiful flowers almost seem like a dream...my mind is still in the snow falling mode I think...lol.

Lynda said...

LOVE the camellias and the daisies!

Barbara said...

All your plants look very healthy and the tomatoes delicious. Not like the perfectly formed smooth round ones sold here that are tasteless.