Posted by Doodlemum
It’s been a bad year for pests in the garden…
Posted on August 23, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Children, Drawing, Family, Garden, Humour, Illustration, Life, Pen and Ink, Sketchbook. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.
Lovely, my toms are still green, but I’m sure I’ll have the same pest in the greenhouse at some point.
Mine are just turning now, they’ve been very late fruiting this year.
They have haven’t they? I wasn’t sure if it was just me living in the North East and growing them in the greenhouse x
mine are in a greenhouse too but the weather has been particularly rubbish this year 😦 Let’s hope next year will be better.
This is my favourite picture this week .
Hahaha. And he looks better than the pests do 😛
He does, the slugs hate him…
At least it’s a human something. In this part of France there’s a bug of some sort which is killing all the tomato plants, including mine. And Jock is a tomato-holic, so he’s going to get withdrawal symptoms soon.
How sweet – a wee boy who likes tomatoes 🙂 Long may it continue – my two ‘wee’ boys never did!
Funnily enough, he’s not to fussed with shop ones, but the few warm, sweet tomatoes we have managed to grow this year are not hanging around for long enough!
Really? Ooh not nice at all, especially given that the weather hasn’t been too good either.
Yes my two year old will eat toms from the garden but not the shop, surely demonstrates a quality difference!
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