My remaining tomatoes have been harvested and are sitting on a windowsill to ripen. Tomato production was disappointing this year; even with lots of heat, food and water, my plants produced very little. At least this was an improvement over last year, where I ended the summer with over a thousand green tomatoes that never ripened. Due to a convergence of circumstances, several hundred of these green unripe tomatoes rolled down the driveway and into the street and I had to gather all the tomatoes lined up along the curve and squished on the street. But anyway, later today I plan to pull up the plants (messy business) and replant the containers with bulbs.
BC Living has published a post on starting your garden waste compost, with a picture of my compost bin. Check it out: http://www.bcliving.ca/garden/starting-a-garden-waste-compost
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