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And So It Begins...

Category: Hydroculture | Posted: Thu Sep 15, 2016 5:45 pm

I think, that is, it is quite possible, that I am beginning to see the first rosy blush of rouge upon my babies.

Well, one of them, at any rate. You tell me. Mind you, it was dark in my room when I took this picture.

Aerogarden Mega Cherry Tomato Closeup 15 September 2016 ( photo / image / picture from xantedeschia's Garden )

It could be just wishful thinking/hoping/pleading with the multiverse.

You see, the plant is overburdened with fruit and I am too attached to remove some for the benefit of the majority.

Aerogarden Mega Cherry Tomato All One Side 15 September 2016 ( photo / image / picture from xantedeschia's Garden )

The other part of it is, I've never seen Cherry tomatoes quite this large before. They're as big, if not bigger than a walnut. I wish I had a walnut for comparison to show people.

With the temperatures in my room being what they are (80F+), I don't see these ripening quickly without drastic action. To that end, I'm going to risk the high electricity bill and run my Air Conditioning for a few hours per day to see if it makes a difference in the process.

That's about it for now. Thanks for reading. Have a fantastic day. :)

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eclecticgarden wrote on Thu Sep 15, 2016 5:53 pm:

Very nice. You should be picking them soon.


xantedeschia wrote on Fri Sep 23, 2016 9:55 am:

Sadly, they're still green. :(

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