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My Tomatoes

By JimV
Thought I'd like to show you a small part of my tomato crop, I didn't weigh them but reckon that as we haven't bought any for four months, plus giving two lots to our daughter in Dartmouth, we must have had in the 18 to 20kg.(40to 44lb.) range from the seven plants I had this year. We ate the last one last week, so they're back on the shopping list now! V1 was taken on 27 Oct.; V2 0n 10 Sept.

Many thanks for your response to my 'All About Light' very much appreciated!

Tags: Home General Flowers and plants Tomatoes Harvest Nova scotia

Voters: Daisymaye, taggart, debu and 18 more

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Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
5 Dec 2010 2:11AM
Wow! You had a great crop this year. We did too, was a great year for them. Great shots too............Sandy

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taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
5 Dec 2010 2:26AM
Ohhhhhh! that is a glorious tomato crop and the image is superb!

How about tomorrow at 8 sharp--- see what happens???

JimV 10 6 3 Canada
5 Dec 2010 2:39AM
Your time or mine? Smile
debu 6 India
5 Dec 2010 2:43AM
Two wonderful colourful images.
Ooh, they look nice Jim - well done indeed !

moiral 6 12 Scotland
5 Dec 2010 8:03AM
Can I have a kilo, please. Mine were lousy this year. 2 Lovely shots. Moira
NeilWigan Plus
6 13 15 England
5 Dec 2010 8:50AM
two good shots of some lovely fruits,and sincere thanks.
imagio 10 12 1 England
5 Dec 2010 9:25AM
Look very appetising Jim

Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
5 Dec 2010 12:06PM
Two fine images Jim, v1 is a splendid colourful still life image my green fingered friend. I had a good crop of tomatoes too this year, they were still producing up until about two weeks ago when the cold weather arrived!
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
5 Dec 2010 12:45PM
See you at 8/9 PM then!
5 Dec 2010 2:45PM
Fabulous mouth watering shots Jim, I love tomatos. Didn't manage to grow mine this year because of illness but I'll get going straight away next year. Hope I get a crop like yours.
Herge88 Plus
9 40 4 England
5 Dec 2010 3:36PM
A nice looking crop there Jim, love the vibrant reds.

Best Matt
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
5 Dec 2010 3:52PM
Love tomatoes. I preserved about 20 jars for use this winter.
LexEquine 10 19 United States
5 Dec 2010 11:20PM
Two excellent still life captures, Jim. I really like V2. Nice work with the Oly E-500.
8 Dec 2010 4:32AM
Two great images!
Brilane 10 5 12 Wales
8 Dec 2010 8:55PM
Mine have all gone now, also.
I always grow my plants from seed, usually the type called 'Moneymaker', which is very heavy cropping and has an excellent flavour.
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
10 Dec 2010 8:30AM
Lovely crop Jim . It hurts , doesn't when you have to buy them again ?
Mine are gone too . I like Gardeners Delight which are very tasty and give a good crop.xxxx

Thankyou for writing on so many of mine . I thought of you late last night and thought I must take a look and see what Jim is up to but I was so tired just went to bed. In the night most of our snow has melted but they are promising more cold weather next week !
AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
10 Dec 2010 8:16PM
I shouldn't have seen this - reminds me of my attempted vegetable growing. All was going well, then I went to Norway, and of course John works all hours and doesn't have the time to garden. Combined with a killer summer, I came back to wilted veggies. But oh my, how good the homegrown ones taste!
19 Dec 2010 6:04PM
I don't like tomatoes, but they look nice and sweet... well taken shot Jim,

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