For the last two years I’ve planted three varieties of tomatoes, two plants each, so six plants total. Last year I probably got all of two tomatoes when all was said and done (blasted raccoons!!) and so this year I was determined to plant a LOT of tomato plants.
Today I transplanted eight of my little home-grown seedlings to the garden proper, along with four store-bought heirloom plants. So now the garden is complete and just needs time and sunshine (and water too) to grow.
I really can’t wait for those tomatoes! Yum!
Sprouts in February:
To the Garden in April (iphone pictures):
Backyard garden: Left, bottom tier – Zucchini, Squash (there are also strawberry plants further to the left) then my eight home-grown heirloom tomato plants (they’re just wee green things right now). Upper tier: Two each, two more heirloom varieties.
Front porch garden: Hydrangea, Dahlia basil, white cucumbers, and one tomato plant.