I always wanted bonzai but in the garden?
They're plentiful even though I lost half of my tomato crops to blossom end rot the others are juicy, flavorful and delicious .... they're just tiny. Every kind, every variety is no bigger than a nickel! So, "cherry" tomatoes I have this year. Very funny. The blossom end rot was a result of me being unable to tend to the soil properly at the second planting time. I did not include into my second batch of plantings the same number of ingredients. I believe it was the egg shell that was missing. Thus, I extended myself far too much on the number of plants even though this is helpful in fruit-bearing this year since they're all tiny. At least, I have a lot of tiny ones to chew on LOL Great salads, let me tell ya. Still feels GREAT to have some actual fruit. I was able to achieve one very beautiful squash!
I had a hugelkulture plot that bore a tomato plant all by itself. It was a roma tomato plant that suffers also from blossom end rot. However, those fruits were normal size and three turned before the others began to rot. It never got tended, weeded or even watered except by nature. Apparently, hugelkulture works very well on my land. Quite impressive considering the work I put into the other plants. The volunteer tomato in that planter exceeded.
My back went out. Tis why I haven't been on much. Miss ya'll very much.
I hope you are all having a fruitious season!