Saturday, July 16, 2011

Oh, tomato!

Roma tomatoes....lots of Roma tomatoes.  I see canning in my future which is great!  I am hoping to get enough this year that I am able to make sauce.  I haven't ever done that before.  It takes such a large quantity of tomatoes.
 Close up of the Roma tomatoes.  So many bunched together!
 Viva Italia tomato plant

 These are the mystery tomatoes that got accidentally dumped on the floor of my shed in the seeding/early growth stages.  All of my markers were knocked out and I didn't know what was what.  I was hoping most of all that I would get at least one Black Krim plant out it all.  I think that I have been successful.  It was the only large type tomato in the bunch. 

 Italian Heirloom

Gold Medal

 Pink Brandywine
German Pink


T2Nashville said...

These may be the prettiest things I've seen yet on your blog. I'm mooching tomatoes from whoever will give them to me. They are so good fresh from the garden!

jonesynyc said...

Oh my goodness! What beautiful tomatoes!

Victoria said...

I love the variety amount your tomatoes!!!


Bridget said...

What a fab selection of Tomatoes. Definitely enough for sauces there.

Beka said...

love the garden pics! youve inspired me to post mine! Me & my husband are 1st time gardeners so ours doesnt look as good but its still a good idea.

Peggy said...

Thanks, Beka. The great thing about blogging is that you can post pictures of what looks good and no one sees where your not so nice areas are. We all have them.
Best of luck with your 1st year of gardening!