Harvest Monday is a great opportunity to see what gardeners around the world are producing in their large or small gardens. It is hosted by Daphne's Dandelions. Hop over to see what is going on!
Lots and lots of random things going on in the garden this week. But the most yummy part were the tomatoes! We had some ripe mystery tomatoes and Cherokee Purples. I think that the mystery ones may be Striped German. Some of my windowsill Cherokee Purples riped up as well and we noshed on those too.
Mystery (Striped German?) - 3 1/2 oz
Cherokee Purple - 1 oz
Windowsill Riped CP - 14 1/2 oz
|3 1/2 oz of mystery tomatoes|
|1 oz Cherokee Purple Tomatoes|
The color contrast between the German Stripe and the Cherokee Purples was stunning. We did notice that the windowsill riped tomatoes were slightly mealy and mushy compared to the vine riped ones. The flavor was the same, maybe they will make good sauce?
There are many more tomatoes ripening up and some more flowers. So I hope that there will be lots of fresh tomatoes to share with the family when they come visiting in July! Our recent warm weather will help with that as well.
Lots more to share with you all on the misc gardening front, but I will save that for another day. Happy Gardening all!