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Old June 8, 2018   #1
DonDuck
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Default Some More Garden Photos!

Here are a few from this years garden!
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Are they showing now?
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Yes! They are.
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Yes and they are looking good
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Very nice fruit load on those tomatoes!
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Bower,


Those are Cherry Falls tomatoes. I grow them every year because they are so productive and they taste pretty good. I prefer a more acidic tomato, but they don't develop the acid level I prefer. They are preferred by many of my friends and they are good as cooking tomatoes in dishes.


The tomatoes in the photo which are red with green shoulders are Moravsky Div. They are a prolific, early variety with a decent taste. My plants are pretty tall by this time most years. This year, they haven't had their normal growth or blooming spurt as they do most years. Because they have remained fairly short in height, they may work well as fall tomatoes when they bloom and grow in the cooler weather.
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