June 1, 2011

Tomato Update

I snapped a few pictures of my tomatoes last night.  
They have grown so much just in the last three weeks!  
There are lots of buds and blossoms and I even spotted a little green tomato.  So exciting! 



Here's my garden 3 weeks ago:

And today:


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11 comments:

Kendra @ Domestic Princess in Training said...

They look great! Aren’t gardens so fun? This is our 1st year having a successful garden and I’m loving it! I made guacamole with a few ingredients from our garden over the weekend and I have some fresh mozzarella just waiting for a little basil and tomato fro the garden.....yum!

I thought I was already following your blog but looks like I wasn’t. I am now though!

Kendra aka "Domestic Princess in Training"

Terri said...

I am a new follower! I love the round garden. I am a huge tomato girl. What is a favorite way to eat a tomato? I like tomatoes straight out of the garden, eaten like an apple. My second favorite way is to slice them up, add some good mozzerella and olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Yum.

Jen S. said...

WOW--your garden is coming along nicely!
I hope you are having a great week :)

Janie said...

Your garden is growing by leaps and bounds...your season is way ahead of ours. I have a question. I notice you didn't stake the tomatoes. Are you going to add frames later on?

Allison said...

I'm extremely jealous! The tomato plants that we planted in the ground didn't make it despite our best efforts to keep them alive, boo! The tomato plant we have in a topsy turvy is doing fantastic, though!

Greta said...

The garden looks great, congrats on your new little tomato! Hope there's many many more to come. I'm slacking with my garden, summer snuck up on me!

KAT said...

I Love tomatoes !
Kat

alissa said...

Beautiful Emily! You will be enjoying fresh capreses in no time!

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

Look at your sweet little plants!! :) I can't wait to see what you make with the tomatoes this year!! ;)

Jenny @ Anything Pretty said...

Wow....they are really going! We had a an incredibly late start to our garden this year and ours just got into the ground. So I am really jealous how big yours are already! I officially have tomato envy:).

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

I just had some tomatoes from our garden for lunch. There is nothing like a homegrown tomato. I dream about them in the wintertime. Hope your plants produce successfully.