Rocky the Tomato

I had planted Roma Tomato seeds a few months ago. I was told by experience gardeners that planting from a seed wouldn’t work and that it’s best just to buy a vine from a local gardening shop. After a few weeks they flourished and I had an abundance of tomato seedling plants. Then we had a heat wave and suddenly they started to shrivel up and wither away. I staged an intervention and managed to save a few. That’s why I am especially proud of little tomato plant. It’s getting huge and will need to planted into a bigger pot soon. It has about five blooms but this is the first flower.
Tomato



1 thought on “Rocky the Tomato”

  • Thanks for your comments, it’s nice to know people actually read my blog once in a while. I should probably update it with the stuff I’ve finished lately.
    I’m happy to see that you are trying to learn to knit. I learned how to cast on and knit from my mom, but I learned purl, cast off, and everything else from the internet. Eventually I ended up buying The Knit Stitch by Sally Melville (and the Purl stitch follow up book), which are good to reference when I can’t get on the internet. I mainly use knittinghelp.com, knitty.com, and the knitty gritty section of diynetwork.com.
    I love all the pictures on your blog, beautiful! I’m jealous of all the green you have already. Iowa is getting grass and that is about it.

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