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Thursday, September 11, 2003

Fall Tomatoes, Again.

the two volunteer fall tomatoes (located in the island bed) are thriving. i've staked them both, but i'm already falling behind with the pruning.

the cooler weather has them blooming away and they've both set their first tomatoes. since these plants are volunteers, i'm not sure what variety they are, but at this early stage i'm guessing they are "matt's wild cherry". i suppose it's also possible that they're a cross between the "wild cherry" and the "sweet million".

the two summer tomatoes are also appreciating the break in the heat and are growing madly.

Posted by Erica Bess Duncan in Edibles | Permalink


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I stumbled across your blog while I was doing some online research. I had the experience once of being given a couple of tomato plants that I was told were Big Boys. Well, they ended up being either cherry tomatoes or mutants!

Posted by: panasianbiz | Jul 24, 2006 3:02:22 PM