It looks like we might get some tomatoes after all! They're finally starting to ripen. I tried to get Dave to pick the one above last night, but he said it needs another day or two on the vine. I hope it doesn't prove too tempting to birds or slugs or other garden critters.
So far, we have three that are turning red. None of them would win a beauty contest, but at this point I just want one that's edible. (Without resorting to the Garden Consolation Prize of fried green tomatoes.)
Meanwhile, you may remember we also have an apple tree in the garden. I never mention it because we don't eat the apples, which are hard and sour. This year we barely got any blossoms in the spring, and consequently there were only one or two apples. And yesterday we spied one of them atop our neighbor's pergola, gnawed by tiny rodent teeth.
At least someone's enjoying them.