This is a journal of my small organic urban kitchen garden & large community garden plots. This blog includes home preserving, recipes & a little bit of our life. My husband calls the gardens Eden. He should know he is the cook here! We are located in eastern Pennsylvania in zone 6B.
Saturday, June 19, 2010
FINALLY............THEY ARE STARTING!!!
I am so excited!! The first almost ripe tomato of the season.....a cherry! This is my grandson's tomato plant. He will be able to pick and eat it tomorrow.......and I can stop complaining!
Cool! I bet you'll really enjoy it!ReplyDelete
It's finally warming up here, so maybe I'm not far behind you! I counted quite a few green ones yesterday.ReplyDelete
I can't be too far behind. Early by any account and we still want our tomatoes sooner. Enjoy.ReplyDelete
Robin, yah!!!!!!!! We have a few of the Stupice tomatoes coming on, one I've been babysitting in a pot since March 1, but the majority of our plants are simply in the bud stage and patiently waiting. Our forecast is for sun the next 10 days!!!!!!! finally, no rain. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
This must be exciting time for your grandson! And for you too. I’m sure your tomato plants will be ready for harvest very soon.ReplyDelete
Thanks everyone....in a few weeks we will all be up to our ears in ripe tomatoes!!ReplyDelete
Isn't it funny how we get so excited about the first tomato of the season? I'm thinking mine will come in two weeks... at which time you will hear a whoop and a hollar all the way to Pennsylvania!ReplyDelete
(Cute that your grandson's plant is the the first.)
Nice! That one's a beauty.ReplyDelete