It always feels very magical to me, sure more space would be nice, but weeding it is a cinch (mostly because Jon weeds).
Adia went out with me this morning and we saw that EEK, our tomato plants are having the same problem they did last year! They spring up beautifully and I get so excited about having fresh tomatoes and then...dun, dun, dun. They start to wilt. Not every stem of the plant. It is the oddest thing. Take a look...
And Jon, my dear green-thumbed husband is at a loss for what to do. We treated for the typical problems. The tomatoes rot as they ripen. One of Jon's clients was up last year and we had her look at them. She said, "Oh, you have 'the wilt'". That's it, diagnosed, we have 'the wilt'.
I don't want 'the wilt'.
I want big, fat, juicy tomatoes.
Our neighbors plants were very close to ours and were fine. (She shared her bounty with us). :)
All of you gardeners out there, what would you do?