The far end used to be somewhat low but I got it filled up pretty good. I even bought some wild flower seed and spread over the area so maybe the next owners will have something to look at.
Tonight I finally got around to moving the remainder of the tomato plants into their new home for a while. More cups and dirt then! For some odd reason these plants have grown better than the other seedlings, even starting them later. Not sure why but it may have something to do with not using peat pots. I also took this opportunity to fill an order from the Wife's work for some of the plants. I have been offered a 'share cropping' opportunity as I'm not sure I'll have the time to get the plantings done this year and I may take up this offer. There is a community garden in a small town near us but I'm not sure I want to go that route.
The roots are really showing their stuff. Definitely time to get them moved.
Remember the Dollar Store tomato plant? I checked in on it tonight and low and behold....
We'll definitely track the progress of this plant this year. Tami's blog is 500 dollar tomato, which at times is not far from the truth. I'll call this 1 dollar tomato. Well, a little over a dollar since I have to pay the Governor too.