Binkalette
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My first tomatoes!

I know I know, most of you already have had plenty of ripe red tomatoes, but I'm still proud to say I've got my first tomatoes (EVER!) out in the garden now.
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:D

tedln
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Binkalette,

I don't know how you did it in Minnesota. Your growing season is almost a month behind mine in Texas and my tomatoes are not much larger than yours. Good job.

Ted
I simply enjoy gardening!

Binkalette
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Location: Minnesota - zone 4a

Thanks Ted! We've had a -very- unseasonably warm year so far. It has been great for growing! Unfortunately the bugs all came out early too.. :p

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farmerlon
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Location: middle Tennessee

Re: My first tomatoes!

Binkalette wrote:I know I know, most of you already have had plenty of ripe red tomatoes, ...
Nope, not me... plenty of tomatoes on the vines, but none are close to being rip yet.
I think the only people in Tennessee with ripe tomatoes are "hot house" (greenhouse) growers.

Your tomatoes look great!

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kimbledawn
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Location: Memphis

I agree, I have a lot of tomatoes on my plants but none are ripe. Some have been "hanging out" for about a month and still no color :?

Dawn
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Liska
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Location: Western Massachusetts

Re: My first tomatoes!

Binkalette wrote:I know I know, most of you already have had plenty of ripe red tomatoes, but I'm still proud to say I've got my first tomatoes (EVER!) out in the garden now.
[img]https://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l208/Binkalette/IMG_2218.jpg[/img]
[img]https://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l208/Binkalette/IMG_2219.jpg[/img]

:D
Congratsulations :D



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