When it comes to gardening, I've got two left feet. (And neither of them are green). I somehow managed to all but kill my hanging tomato plant.
Does anyone know why when I water it, the water just drains straight through the soil and lands on the plate underneath? I think that is why it's dying. It's not that I'm not watering it (though I admit that I probably don't water it as much as I should...), it's just that the water doesn't stay in the soil.
Here's my next question for you gardening gurus out there: why are my green peppers turning brown?
And other question: are Japanese long eggplants supposed to be white? Will it turn purple later, or do I have a prize-winning albino eggplant on my hands?
Finally. Something is growing normally. These two tomato plants are thriving. *Knocks on wood*
This is my Dusty Eggplant. He's purple. And tiny. Look closely- he's there.