el diablo robotico (platypus) wrote,
el diablo robotico

I thought there weren't any more inchworms in my garden, but it turns out they were all in my petunia/alyssum pot, partying with a snail. I can't keep up with this stuff. One inchworm, presumably because it ATE ALL MY RED PETUNIAS, actually looked kind of magenta. No pictures, alas, because I was rather upset and flicked it away.

I'm still tempted to get another Patio tomato. I've twice had Patio plants that produced mediocre, bland, thick-skinned tomatoes, but this year's have been unbelievable. They have singlehandedly (if that's a reasonable way to refer to tomatoes) convinced me to keep trying to grow tomatoes, despite the difficulties. And I might actually have a Black Krim tomato soon! Provided I can keep the inchworms off of it.
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