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photos of my tomatos
this is the microtom plant which is covered in little fruits currently on the outside of the kitchen window sill
this is the largest plant i have but cant decide what size the tomatoes will be they are very green
this is the third plant with what look small beef tomatos but again cant decide what size they will develop to
this is the top of the larger plant and as you see it is still flowering so will be quite some time before the tomatoes develop
we have ahd a cold wet summer untill last few days when it has brightened up and become quite hot for here i am an impatient soul and want to try my firstt attempt at growing my own tomatoes
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Your plants are beautiful, they are very healthy. You should get a good yield. Hope you enjoy them.
Your tomato plants are doing just fine and before you know it the fruits will be turning red so that you can enjoy them all. I know it's hard to wait for them to ripen, I'm impatient as well, but just think how good they'll taste when they're ready.
yes lol the longer i wait the more ill enjoy them thank you just wish i knew what varieties they were so i could find out what to expect from them
Looks like lots of good fruit forming there.
we are watering every couple of days and feeding about once every 10 days ny hubby is doing most of that the food is called baby bio for fruiting plants