Photo-Vember: A sign of good things to come?

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8 Responses to Photo-Vember: A sign of good things to come?

  1. Louise says:

    What the what! I had a look at my tomato plants earlier too – both are flowering and one already has a little tiny tomato growing! I know I planted them quite early, so I’m a little frightened that they will produce quickly and then die…

    • Liz says:

      I wouldn’t worry Louise, just because they produce early it doesn’t always follow that they will die early. Tomatoes are perennial and it is usually either cold or disease that kills them. Producing early shouldn’t mean the cold gets them any earlier and if you look after your plants hopefully they will remain disease free. I wouldn’t worry and just enjoy what will hopefully be some lovely pre Christmas tomatoes.

  2. Mark Willis says:

    We ate our last home-grown tomatoes of the year last week, so now it’s a long wait until the next lot. You must have planted yours well before Cup Day.

  3. Leanne says:

    Lovely photo, I must go out and check my tomato plants for flowers.

    • Liz says:

      Thanks Leanne, although I would have liked a more uniform background – I think that’s one of the biggest things I need to focus on – not just what I’m taking the photo of but what’s in the background as well.

  4. Bee Girl says:

    Yay for the promise of delicious, fresh off the vine tomatoes!!! I’ll just live vicariously through you for the next few months 😉

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