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Monday, June 29, 2020

Future deliciousness....


Nothing like tomatoes from your own garden.

28 comments:

CheerfulMonk said...

Amen to that! I love tomatoes from the garden.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Wonderful and unusual photo!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari oM
Yum! YAM xx

Bill said...

I love tomatoes from anyone's garden!! I wish I had a bowl of little ones right now!

Hootin' Anni said...

So so true! Gimme a salt shaker, and I'll sit right down by the plant & eat away to my heart's content!

Ann said...

Isn't that the truth. I remember when I was growing up, we would go out to my dads garden and pick one and eat it right off the vine. I wish I would have gotten some tomato plants for this year but then again the last time I tried the rabbits had a party.

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...

Nice

A Left-Eyed View said...

Beautiful blossoms with eye-catching trichomes! My blossoms are booming with this heat wave we're in.

Sandra said...

I think that the flowers that come before the tomatoes are just beautiful and plus the fact they'll taste delicious. When we grew our tomatoes that weren't fit to eat the flowers were gorgeous. My theory is that they've done something to the seeds and to the plants to make them last longer and they're not fit to eat

Laurel Wood said...

Makes me hungry for a tomato sandwich!

Judy said...

I'm seeing a few on our plants, so can't wait for that first one to make a BLT sandwich.

Nancy Chan said...

I wanted to grow tomatoes but have not been successful. Every time my tomato plants get infested with mealy bugs.

ushasurya said...

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
You ARE s right Rose !!

Lovely image .
Devi:)

Ruth Hiebert said...

I'm sure they will be the tastiest .

Ruthie said...

I love this!

eileeninmd said...

YUM, I love home grown tomatoes. We are trying to grow some grape tomatoes. Take care, Enjoy your day!

....peter:) said...

i agree Rose... Penny is always lucky with her tomatoes in her garden... and they taste great....peter:)

Kodak said...

Make me think of the John Denver song - Home Grown Tomatoes. Google it, or the lyrics if you don't know the song. You'll like it.

don said...

A fine close up of the growing plants. Home grown tomatoes are the best.

Michael Rawluk said...

So true. Another couple of weeks before we get ripe ones.

happyone said...

That's for sure!!

harry said...

the promise of sweet red fruit

Small City Scenes said...

YUM!!!
MB

ElaineH said...

A beautiful image of the flower. Soon it will be a delicious tomato! Beautiful color and detail.

At Home In New Zealand said...

Love the title. I hope your tomatoes will give you a bountiful supply of deliciousness :)

Jeevan said...

Excellent capture and nice colors!

Red Rose Alley said...

You're right, nothing like homegrown tomatoes. They taste so much better than at the store. They will be nice when they are ready to pick from your garden.

~Sheri

Laura. M said...

Muy lindas las flores del tomate. También los tengo :))
Cuídate. Un abrazo

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