• Andrew Nielsen

Garden Check-in July 3, 2020

As I have stated in my introductory post, I want to use this blog to record and catalog the progress of my mini-farm as the seasons progress. The photos presented here are meant to measure and evaluate the progress of various plants. Unfortunately, I did not start this process at the beginning of the growing season. But hopefully I will continue this process for years so these photos may have more meaning as time progresses.

Goliath tomato plant achieves a height of 48 inches by July 3, 2020.

Goliath tomato plant at the northern side of my yard, July 3, 2020.

Celebrity tomato plant at the south side of my yard, July 3, 2020, roughly 38 inches in height.

Eggplant (right side of photo) at approximately 37 inches in height on July 3, 2020.

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