Volunteer cherry tomatoes

[From 5-Aug-2012] Volunteer cherry toms – weed toms, really – ahead of this year’s planting. Cool. Not sure if these have crossed, we had many varieties planted close together last season. These are not hugely sweet, instead, super little bursts of mildly tart tomato-tasty!

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2 Responses to “Volunteers!”

  1. Kevin says:

    I really like how you guys are posting these pages again, but it’s making me ansy to plant something. And it’s January. It’s 15F (minus 340.2C I think… I’m not good with conversions) all the way down here in Louisiana.

    Please stop sending us your weather, Canadians. Thanks in advance!


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