I got my last two tomatoes in today. Emma and I went into town to visit a bead store, and stopped at a greenhouse on the way back. I was looking for Sun Gold cherry tomatoes; I didn't find them, but I did find another sweet yellow cherry tomato --hopefully it will be just as good. We also bought a full size yellow that she picked out. We already had two Early Girl plants in the ground, and we're just doing four this year. I've decided that I will only do as many tomato plants as I have tomato trellises, and I now have four of these. It's the only trellis I've found that holds up to the weight of the tomatoes and the incredible prairie winds. They're expensive, so I buy one a year :-)
I have a basil plant in the ground now too, and it's getting all brown from the cold nights we've had. I've put a little plastic bell over it, to try to keep it a bit warmer. This spring is so the opposite of the one we had last year. Weather is funny.
Our carrots are sooooooo slow! I'm thinking we might be able to harvest some baby carrots by August.