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Old 06-17-2011, 02:43 AM   #1
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Picked my first Tomatoe today...EARLY-BIRD TOMATOE PLANT...Other then that I've only got onions out of my small Garden....Can't wait for Bacon-Lettice & Tomatoe Sandwich's.....Miracle-Whip is just a touch taster then reg.-May-o...That fresh Tomatoe was so tasty with a dash of salt...What Bob Seger sings about...SWEET-SWEET SUMMER TIME........



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Did anybody get anything-out of their Gardens???...Yet...



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We got a few cherry tomatoes last week. I should have some big tomatoes ripe any time, quite a few on.

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I'm temporarily in an apartment, thus no garden.
In the process of recifying that sorry state of affairs, though, and next summer, maters will be on the agenda.

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With the weird weather we had, I only got my garden planted last week. I'm hoping for a late Fall.

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I planted 7 tomato plants and so far lots of flowers and only one little green tomato. Where I'm at, we don't usually get red tomatoes until late July or so. I can't wait. I could eat several tomatoes every day when they are at their peak.

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I've got five heirloom plants. I also have two San Marzano and two Plum tomato plants. Assuming they give a decent yield, I will can the Plum and San Marzano's 50/50 per jar for use as sauce. I'm also growing Oregano, Basil and Thyme and will add some to each jar.

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I just started getting in some better boy tomatoes,I gambled and planted them a few weeks early. Banana peppers and cucumbers are coming in too.

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We have had some peppers (Green - not the hot ones). Some small Cherry Tomatoes starting the grow on the vine.

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O K now I'm getting alot of Tomatoes ...I've got six on the vine turning red ....I use Miracle-Gro and they are bigger then ever.....BLT's are days away....



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