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We’ve packed away the “winter” clothes here in South Florida, and this also means that it is time for the first tomato harvest. We have some big tomato types and some grape and cherry tomatoes, but I prefer the small types since there’s a greater chance that we get to eat them before the pests in the garden.

The tomatoes are grown from tomatoes we’ve eaten. Once in a blue moon we splurge on organic tomatoes, and when we do, we always save the seeds for growing our own. We are currently at the end of the dry season in South Florida (it starts around November), but the dry season has been so wet this year that we’ve only watered the garden a handful of times.

Yesterday we made a salad, and today we’re making an Indian meal with homegrown tomatoes.

growing tomatoes

growing tomatoes

Have you started your vegetable garden this year? If so, what are you growing?

 

 

 

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  10 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday Linky: The First Tomato Harvest”

  1. Ok, well I just bought some plants already growing, I surely hope I can get a couple of harvests before it gets so hot they quit producing!!! We love a home grown tomato!! We are going to try MicroGreens, beans, cucumbers, lettuce and peas. Oh and a new batch of Basil!!!

  2. Very nice, I bet they will taste nice.

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  4. I love when South Floridians refer to it as ‘winter’ ūüôā

  5. I am going to pretend I am not jealous. I was still wearing my winter coats today. Love those cherry tomatoes. Yum.

  6. Your tomatoes are beautiful to look at I can just imagine how sweet they will taste!

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