Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Finally!

Man I thought my tomatoes were never going to turn red. I hear some homemade salsa calling my name very soon! My tomatoes kinda look like pumpkins. I have no clue what kind of tomatoes I have. My girlfriend, who is a master gardener, sent me home with these tomatoes that weren't doing to well...but the tag was gone so I have no clue what kind it is. Anyone know? :)

I still have babies popping up too!

12 comments:

Hisako Hill said...

Good job Michelle!! I wold LOVE to pick them and eat them as I am picking!! Good thing I am not there.Lol

Love Mom:)

Randi Troxell said...

Mmmm.. no idea what kind they might be... but they DO look great!!!

Cellar Door said...

There is nothing as Harvesty-beautiful as the First Tomato! What will you name her?

Cellar Door

Kathleen said...

Look at you! A gardener.....nice looking tomatos. That Quincy, I have never seen a cat who hams it up like him. He is a STAR! Do you think he knows it?
Hugs, Kathleen

Nora Johnson said...

I love tomatoes - especially the sweeter ones!

Have a lovely weekend,

XOXO LOLA:)

PS Love to kitties! xx

Debbie said...

They are beautiful!! Honestly, there are so many different types of tomatoes I wouldn't dare to guess. I grew Roma's this year and I have literally hundreds of them. I can't even give enough away and I can't cook because of the renovation. Nice job!! My favorites are Brandywine. They are what they call an heirloom tomato....they're the best!! Way to go Michelle!!

Oregon Equestrian said...

Boy, was this the wrong year to try out patio tomatoes! One ripe tomato thus far this summer, but seeing more red of late. Still hope for home grown.

The Urban Cowboy said...

Hmmm...homemade salsa is very good.

Sophie said...

Finally! Well done!! I know that tomatoes need a lot of sunlight, the more hours a day the merrier!

I don't know this variety but I love its form!

Kisses & many handwaves from Brussels to you!

The Blonde Duck said...

I love salsa.

alittledashofthisalittledashofthat said...

Oh they look super delicious!

WANDA Hagerty said...

Hi Michelle!
Since I'm new to your blog and I am going through everything, thought I would comment on the tomatoes. They look like the ones called beefsteak tomatoes. Good for slicing and putting on sandwiches because they are so big.