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Dixie look at my tomato

Post  Josh on 7/1/2011, 6:02 pm

Dixie look at the tomato plant that grew from the seeds you sent me! I started the seeds in this glass house made from old windows, it sits on a 2x2 SFG (with Grid) My mom planted ferns in there, but I had one of the seeds sprout and grow in there and didn't know it till it was really big so I left it in there. It is a very pretty green color and is just perfect. The others that I moved out to the SFGs are doing ok, but they don't look nearly as nice as this one. My mom said I could just leave it in there and see what it does, it's going to grow out the side of the opening I'm sure Very Happy I'll keep you posted when it gets tomatoes on it!
Thanks for sharing your seeds with me!




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Post  dixie on 7/1/2011, 7:13 pm

Way to go Josh! You really do have a green thumb & I'm glad your tomatoes are doing so well. I've had two ripe ones so far and they were sooo good.

Remember last year I asked you how to prune my blackberries? Well, these pictures were taken in May and the plant has at least doubled since then and we are still picking berries, still have some blooms, but not many. Out of my little bitty patch I
have made 3 cobblers (13x9 pans), made 10 pints (not jelly jars) of jam
and just finished crushing enough berries for another run of jam. I'm not sure how many plants, but I think 5, because they are really close. They were planted like that as a temporary hold, but we HAVE to move them this Fall.

Glad to hear from you.

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