Sweet little bites of candy right out of the garden.
Granny, Elizabeth's favorite are the tiny yellow ones. They're soooooo sweet!
Pretty! Most of my vines are very scraggily looking right now. Good work!
Hmmmmmm. I haven't been overloaded by my tomato plant so I'm still in my "Oh so good, give me more" phase. I'm ready to try your little yellow ones.Any news???
FC, all of my paste tomatoes look scraggily too. I think this week I'll go ahead and pull them up. Maybe plant some eggplant in their place.
Sham, I'll drop some seeds in the mail for you today or tomorrow. :)No puppy news. We went and looked, but this family was not like the one Ollie came from. :(
They look so yummy too! Reminds me of my tomato plants that was destroyed by the NASTY squirrels last month :(
They look delicious! Didn't know you were adding to the family? 2 dogs are easier than one I have found, just a little more expensive LOL! good luck in your search!
Hey Darla! Hope you're healing up good. :)Chandramouli S, squirrels are such a menace! Grrrr!Thanks Erin. I hope Ollie will be cool with us bringing him home a new friend.I worry about the whole bonding thing...
Wait....what was that you said about squirrels????
Gorgeous and tasty-looking! Among my favorite mini tomatoes are yellow teardrops (I actually grew some one year). Happy eating!
Shamy, *snicker*Eggy, it would be happy eating if Elizabeth shared.
My Sweet 100s that I'm growing upside down are going bonkers.
I l-o-v-e the photo of the tomato in the rain.
Yummy is right!
You said it, those tomatoes look delicious!
There's nothing like fresh tomatoes from the summer garden. Enjoy!
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