Saturday, August 1, 2009

Tomatoes - Early Morning Harvest

Just kidding on previous post, the tomatoes change color faster during hot summer, but not so much overnight. There is no magic! It has been raining for several days; I have to harvest the Better Boy Hybrid and cherry tomatoes so it won't crack.

Still raining...this photo is taken from the upstairs' window, see orange tomatoes on the right.

8 comments:

  1. I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


    Margaret

    http://howtomakecompost.info

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  2. Welcome to my blog, I've add it to my favorite blog list and left my comment at your blog too.
    Thanks for the great post. Thanks for the earthworm composting post. I would like to start making compost this fall, sure can make a good use of what I learn from your posting.

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  3. Hi Vuejardin. I'm doing ok with my tomatoes as well.

    I'm glad you fixed your google profile. I. and others, can find you now!

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  4. Thanks Tina.

    Prospero - I enjoy reading your posting and comment, keep up with the good work.

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  5. Love the tomato harvest. I'm getting a lot of cherries too right now, but no big ones yet. I hope I get them before my plants all die.

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  6. Daphne,
    Thanks for your visit. Yes, I notice the cherries tomatoes grow faster than the regular one. You have such a large raspberry plant, happy harvest!

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  7. VueJardin, looks like your tomatoes are doing fine in spite of the rain. I just made soup using tomatoes today. They are such a delicious vege. What did you do with those beautiful Better Boy hybrid tomatoes?

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