Well...Almost purple! The ugliest Cherokee tomato so far is the first to turn a shade of purple! I gave a loud hoot outside this morning when I discovered it. I'm not aloud to "hoot" in the house...I can get pretty excited about these things.
The German Giant Radishes I planted a few weeks ago are starting to take shape.
I've transplanted 2 of the Long Island Brussels Sprouts...One in the ground and one in a container.
There are quite a few large Cherokee tomatoes that are still a very dark green.
Last but certainly not least, below is the mess that I refer to as "The Side Yard Project."
This garden is 100% Organic, non-gmo and grown from heirloom seeds. I have had many issues from the beginning, mostly keeping the bag bugs from demolishing my plants. After planting a few flowers and companion plants along the outer edges of the garden the bug problem became almost non-existent. I still find the occasional tomato hornworm but they're pretty easy to spot if you look close enough.