Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Tomatoes Coming On! And the Pumpkin Grows On!

Sweet 100 Cherry Tomato. Doing very well, but needs trellised. It is an indeterminate that is a vine. Produces well!

The above three are heirlooms, I am anxiously waiting to see what type they are.. They are also indeterminate, which means they grow and grow and produce on a vine like plant until the first frost. I had a packet of heirloom tomato seeds I started indoors, I just picked some seeds and now we are getting close to finding out what they are..
The Pink Elephant, continues it's growth.. Maybe we will get one pumpkin out of it.


The People History said...

Great Blog

and love your artwork


Morning Glories in Round Rock said...

I just love heirloom tomatoes--I have much better luck with them than the hybrids. I was like you and got a mix, so wasn't sure what kind I had--still don't. LOL, but they have tasted great!

Bob said...

I'm back! I have really missed you blog.

I'm not familiar with that hybrid of pumpkins. What colour of pumpkin does it produce?


clairesgarden said...

one day you wake up and the pumpkin has taken over the plot! ha!!

Dirty Fingernails said...

you know Bob, this pumpkin was a volunteer, I have no idea what kind it is. I have the birds or the kids to thank for this one.