Look at it! It’s enormous! It looks like it’s EATING ANOTHER FLOWER! Why have all my Rouge De Marmande tomatoes got one enormous flower like this? Does this mean I will get huge tomatoes that eat other tomatoes? Who knows? If you do, let me know. Then we can be in the know together.
In other news, my chilli and capsicum plants are almost ready to go into the ground. This is exciting as it’s taken at least 6 weeks for them to get to this stage. Slightly cold weather means they aren’t growing super fast. Also, I grew them from seeds I nabbed from a capsicum and chilli that I bought at the grocery store so I have no idea what they’ll turn out like. It’s kind of exciting really.
And finally, lookit them, all two of them! My little tigerella tomatoes. OH LOOK AT HOW PRECIOUS THEY ARE!!! Oh joy and rapture! I am going to eat them in a caprese salad. Not right now obviously. They’re only babies, silly.
What veggies have you got to harvest from your garden?
Take care, all.