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#84889 Jul 8th, 2007 at 12:35 PM
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I have a bunch of other tomatoes growing, I just took pics of the [so far] biggest and best.. lol

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..and look at all these cherries!

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Cool, Mark. You will feed your family well.


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Great job there, and big already. Way to go.


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Yummy!!

They look amazing! Mine have several big green tomatoes on them as well....I am patiently waiting for them to ripen, though I have really thought about having some fried green tomatoes if they don't hurry up LOL!!



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WOW Mark - those look terrific!

Can't wait to see them when they turn color!


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***Ho-hum, Wrennie sits {not so}patiently waiting for her first tomato bloom***

Those are great looking tomatoes Mark!!


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clap clap

I can't wait for them either.. lol
I've already eaten one cherry tomato! grin lol


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Originally Posted by Wrennie
green?!

lol lol lol lol lol lol

No, I'm not that desperate for a fresh tomato... yet.. lol notme

It was red.. well, more of a dark orange then a deep red, but I wasn't going to leave it on there any longer! lol

Last year, if anyone remembers, I had all that trouble with squrrils stealing my Toms right before they were ripe enough to pick.. :Lol:
This year I'm ahead-- I put up[or will be putting up] strands of cloth, and spraying with a mixture of red pepper and water, all suggested to me last year..

Nobody gets my toms but me! devil
*On a side note, I'm the [u] only [u] one allowed in my veggie garden.. I don't even let my mom in there! lol *


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Wow those look awesome Mark. What kind are they?


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Originally Posted by cancolgirl
Wow those look awesome Mark. What kind are they?


Some are cherry, some are Rutgers, and some are beefsteak, and some are one I can't remembre.. lol
I also have Roma's but I didn't take pics of them..


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Nice tomato's, Mark!!

I have 2 plants going. One yellow, and one red striped. The yellow has flowers, but I am still waiting for the stripes to set flowers.


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Mark, is that the ground that got flooded?

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Good lookin' tom's Mark, it makes me really hungry for fried green tomatoes, yum! thumbup


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