Saturday, June 25, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
I finally took a few pictures of my tomatoes to post to my blog, then forgot to load them! Most of these were taken a few weeks ago, but the last one I took yesterday. The San Marzano is loaded with tomatoes; I think I will be harvesting those very soon as they are showing a little color when I checked them this morning.
|Bed 1 has Mr. Underwood's Pink Beefsteak Tomato (3 plants) and Wisconsin 55 Tomato (3 plants) all have small fruits.|
|Bed 2 has Ball's Beefsteak, San Marzano Plum, Cherokee Purple, and Persimmon; one of each plant.|
|Balls Beefsteak Tomato|
|Cherokee Purple Tomato|
|San Marzano Plum Tomato. This tomato is almost 5 inches long! The plant is loaded with fruit.|
|Bed 3 has Red Zebra Tomato, Zapotec Pink Tomato, Abraham Lincoln Tomato, and Isis Candy Tomato (a bi-color cherry). The Abraham Lincoln Tomato is a very lush, healthy looking plant.|
Here is our first Red Zebra that I picked this morning. Visit my Herbal Cooking Blog to find out what I made with this beauty.
The next group of photos are planted along the driveway. These photos were take several weeks ago and the plants are much larger now. I am not sure which is which but I planted Dr.Wyche's Yellow, German Queen, and Green Zebra. The tags faded so I will need to wait until harvest!
Here we have a small red potato and in the background is an Old German Tomato, all growing under the Valencia Orange tree.
I picked a few Adirondack Purple and small Red Potatoes on Monday.
Adirondack Purple Potato under the Valencia tree.
White and Brown onions next to tomato plant
This is a Yellow Pear (cherry) tomato planted amongst the onions.
From the top of the hill looking down on the cages June 23, 2011
HAVE A BEAUTIFUL DAY!
Friday, June 17, 2011
Thursday, June 2, 2011
Thanks to all of you who have been still watching my blog.
See you all very soon,