Words I Like

  • "Show me your garden and I shall tell you what you are." Alfred Austin
  • "My whole life has been spent waiting for an epiphany, a manifestation of God's presence, the kind of transcendent magical experience that lets you see your place in the big picture. And that is what I had with my first compost heap." Bette Midler

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Delicious. I am trying to pinch out the extra branches this year. I cut up an old pair of stockings to help the main stuff clim the stake last night. This is the first year I've staked the tomatoes. They're all still green though and more babies are coming up out of the ground. We have them come up everywhere. Hmm, think I'd have had more success just leaving them be.

you should make jam!
i love tomato jam... of course i would take some of these if i lived closer by:)

Yay, tomatoes- You can never have too many!
Wish you lived near us. I only planted 2, silly me... and have a tomato-monster for an eldest boy!
Combusting chokos! Heh, heh!

Awesomw photos. I can only lay claim to one tomatoe plant in a pot, it is staked. I am not expecting a glut!!

Oh yeah!
Tomato jam.
My grandma used to make it.
Bit hard to make without sugar, though.
So....you planted 13 tomato plants to date - this season? or over your lifetime?

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