Humpity Day: Tomahto…

Who’s growing tomatoes?

There are twenty tomato seedlings sucking up the sunshine in the upstairs den. Three different varieties. This was taken a few days ago when they stood five inches at the highest. Today — seven inches. We might be running a little tomato stand this summer. But I always have to take into account the demon squirrels and the pigmunks and the undead bunnies when I think about yield. I could end up with a pint of tomatoes for my effort. Just sayin’.

Here be Hump Day in all its spring color palette.

Get jiggy with it.


9 thoughts on “Humpity Day: Tomahto…

  1. I’m a bit jelly! I haven’t planted anything (excepts herbs and a tiny peach tree). It’s a good thing tomato foliage is poisonous–they’ll keep most animals away from the fruit. Caterpillars and birds are eeeevil.

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  2. Nice colours on the tomato photo Elen. You don’t even have to ask if I’m growing do you? I picked two kinds this year a pineapple (it’s an heirloom) and a yellow cherry, to go with my colour garden scheme.

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    • Thank you, Kellie. I love the heirloom tomatoes. This year I’m growing Yellow Pear Cherry (heirloom), Siderno Hybrid (perfect for containers), and Jasper Hybrid (organic cherry). All small fruits for salads and wraps and roasting and standing by the plant and munching. 😀 Nope. Don’t have to ask at all!


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