Tuesday, November 10, 2009


Tomato vines

My tomatoes survived the summer. They have grown up and over one of my arbors. I'm hoping they ripen before we get a freeze. If they don't, I'll harvest them and let some of them ripen indoors. The ones that don't will be used for fried green tomatoes. Life is good!


Phillip said...

That looks like a great harvest. Our tomatoes didn't do too well this year.

Caroline said...

Simply amazing crop! If they don't ripen, Jenny posted a yummy-sounding green tomato chutney recipe on her blog Rock Rose: http://wwwrockrose.blogspot.com/2008/11/green-tomato-chutney.html I always pull my tomatoes off the vine the moment they start to turn pink so the birds don't get them; they ripen very nicely on a sunny window sill. (BTW I sent you an email a couple of weeks ago about the Duelberg salvias--did you get it, or did you change your mind?)

James Missier said...

Beautiful tomato vines, wonder whether they need cold climate to thrive.