This is that time.
That time when you know all your mothering, your care, your watering and weeding is going to pay off.
This is the time when you begin scouring for recipes with tomato in them.
Did I mention previously that all the markers I put on these tomatoes blew away in the Oklahoma crazy winds?
I have no idea what all of these varieties will end up looking like. When they are fully ripe, some will be red, some yellow, some white , some purple, and one will even be green zebra-striped.
I think this one is going to be the Yellow Pear.
But the rest of the 12 varieties I’ve planted?
It’s going to be a guessing game. I have to figure out when they’re ripe just by squeezing them I think. I mean, how do you know if a fully-ripe green tomato is ripe?
Here is another recap of the progression.
Seedlings coming up after a week or so. And the markers that blew away later
Transplanting outside in the bed Mr. Wonderful made me.
Mr. Wonderful staking with PVC pipe.
This is one GIANT plant.
Now I have to go. I have to brush up on learning how to can tomatoes.
Because I have no idea how my family is going to consume this many.
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