Exciting News From The Garden

While trimming some of the extra branches at the bottoms of the tomatoes, I took a closer look at where the first blossom on the Black Plum had been on May 15th. Lo and behold, it’s turned into a tomato!

We’ll be eating garden-fresh pasta sauce in no time!



Filed under 6. June, Garden

2 responses to “Exciting News From The Garden

  1. Liz

    Good, since the FDA can’t figure out where the salmonella diseased tomatoes were grown. Soon you’ll be able to pluck yours right outside your door!

  2. Dude, do we have to wait for these to ripen before we can have tomatoes? It’s a good thing I’ve spent the last seven years building up a resistance to salmonella. :P

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