Behind the tomatoes, we forgot a pot with an old dipladenia we mistook for dead. As the season developed it, the dipladenia began secretly twisting its way around the tomatoes. While it's become quite a tangled mess, and we need to water it regularly to keep it healthy despite the heat, it's actually become quite beautiful bringing different tones of red to the cherry and rose de Berne tomatoes.
dipladenia among the tomatoes
by Christopher Kowalewski August. 03, 2020 570 views
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