It rains, and then they grow.

Every morning, after the creatures are put on the bus, I enjoy some time in the garden.  Doing the things that need to be tended to: weeding, watering, fertilizing, begging for the first fruits of my labor to come to fruition. That first tomato, the first carrot, head of lettuce…yum.

The tomato plants have already started producing. This one below is a Green Grape tomato plant I started from seeds.  I have never tried this type before, they say the fruit tastes like grapes.  I hope so.  A big thank you goes to Matt Kelly from Fruition Seeds for getting me started on this variety.

sorrells photography tomato blossom

Green Grape Tomato Blossom

 

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