Monday, March 28, 2011

While You Were Sleeping Part 2

 72 and counting, clusters of 7 in 3 places, none ripe yet, a few are turning a little yellow, still watching and snapping. 20 on this plant and 19 on the other, they are the plants outside our door in the sun all day, the bucket garden does not get as much sun and they have the other 30 on 5 plants.



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Sorry, I fogot this is While You were sleeping post and not tomato update... here you go, night shots of maters in waiting



13 comments:

diane b said...

That was quick. You will have a lovely crop of beauties there. What will you do with them all if they ripen on the same day?

SquirrelQueen said...

That is one healthy batch of tomatoes. Do you have plans for them? I still vote for fried green or maybe can a lot of salsa.

DawnTreader said...

I wish there were tomatoes growing where I'm sleeping ;) Here, we just got snow! (yes, again)

Lynne said...

How wonderful. Fresh Tomatoes! It will be about 4 months before I will have fresh tomatoes. Nice photos.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

The night shots bring show more intense color.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt said...

I have tomato envy.

All we can grow in this climate at this time of year is mud.

Stacey Dawn said...

Oh - this is making me hungry for a fresh tomato - or just the smell of one!!! Beautiful!

Remington said...

So do you can? That certainly is a lot of tomatoes! Beth here....Rem seems a little better today. Limps when he gets up but after he walks some seems better. I just want him BETTER! Hope you have a great day, my friend....

Snapper II said...

I love the pictures of the crops. Ship some to me. Do you realize the price of maters?? You are rich Sandra, rich, rich.
LOL

Ginny said...

The second picture is my absolute favorite! With the sun dappling and the way the leaves are, it looks like a work of art.

Ann said...

maters in waiting made me giggle. I could go for a tomato sandwich right now. Haven't had one of those in years.

Regina said...

Your lucky..I think you should start making salsa early so you can send them off for Christmas presents! Should be in time for my avocado's to ripen-

Chatty Crone said...

Those look very healthy - do you make fried green tomatoes? That would be yummy. And Salsa - great idea. I'll have to give it some more thought what all you can make. Tomato sandwiches for sure.
Pasta sauce.

sandie