Progress on the tomato front

Our tomato plants are healthy and happy so far and the fruit on this Sweet 100 looks like it will ripen nicely in a few weeks.

This is one of our favorite varieties because the tomatoes are so sweet and numerous and the plants keep producing until fall. We planted two of these and four Roma tomato plants this year because the cherry tomatoes work well for salads and the plum tomatoes will become sauce.


About Dianna Ott

Lydia Street is about an old house, a new garden and the adventures of the lovely and talented occupants, Dianna and Christe. We love our dogs; we love to cook; we love to garden; and we have too many house projects going on at the same time. We also have plenty of stories to tell.
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12 Responses to Progress on the tomato front

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  2. REC55 says:

    Beautiful plants

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  5. fostrickson says:

    I wish mine looked like that. They got attacked by a really late frost and are still recuperating, to my dismay. But, they have new flowers, so that’s a good sign.

  6. Stacey says:

    Wow, your plants look great! Love to see those little ‘maters growing so well. We are growing cherries and romas too. NOTHING beats the taste of a fresh tomato. It’s heaven. Kudos!

  7. Lovely! Can’t wait to see them fully ripe and ready to eat!

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