Well, maybe not killer. I'm not even 100% sure it's mockingbirds but something's been eating my tomatoes and I've heard their calls mocking me in the morning (mockingbirds are an ongoing pestilence in our garden).
Before I get to that, however, we've got to take a look at the status of the backyard.
Our last in-ground tomato plant has just been played out. I was going to harvest it this weekend before pulling it out but, as you can see from the top, something beat me to it.
No use delaying the inevitable, out it goes.
Now, it rests on the top of the weekend's clippings in our green waste barrel.
Next, I'll need to prepare the two blank spots in our side garden, above. Zucchini on the right; onions, tomatoes, bell peppers, and something else to be determined on the left. I think I'll skip the corn this year, maybe some nice, big pasilla chiles instead. Those are delicious!
It's citrus bloom time again. Here's the Meyer lemon buds...
...and here's the Cara Cara orange blossoms.
Finally, I'm able to scrounge this little last harvest. The last Meyer lemon, some tomatoes from our Cherry Falls hanging basket that'll go on some burgers I'm grilling tomorrow, and a tiny little zucchini I'll chop up into tomorrow's eggs.
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