Tomato seedlings


These are some tomato seedlings fondly looking out on my backyard. That's where they want to live when they grow up--but for right now they'd not handle the wind very well so they're staying in the shelter of my deck. Still, they do like the look of the garden area surrounding the storage shed you can see in the distance. Maybe that'll be their future home.

Just off of the deck you can see the flowers that I've been photographing the bees on. It's amazing how many bees, hornets, moths, and even the occasional butterfly has been spending time there.

Comments

Destiny Anne said…
ur plants look cool. here from michele.
Yaeli said…
Yummy tomatoes!! I can't wait to see what they look like when they grow up!
This is my "michele sent me" comment. :o)
Cheers big ears!
Teresa said…
How long is your growing season there? My tomatoes are about done and will die in the next few weeks...
Jean-Luc Picard said…
Good luck with your tomatoes...or is it tow-MAY-toes?

Michele sent me here.
Rockchild said…
Yaeli I think when the Tomatoes grow up they're gona look like tomatoes, I think.

Hi Utenzi, you sent me! I hope you're having a nice weekend!
kenju said…
They better grow up soon, or it will get frosty and they will die!

Michele sent me this time.
J Anderson said…
I'm scared of bees. Michele sent me.
Pieces of Me said…
I am not a tomato eater...but I think it would be awesome to have a green thumb....mine however is BLACK! :-( TTYL Michele sent me
sophie said…
Michele sent me this time, but I've got you on my roll now so I'll be sure to return.
Anonymous said…
How's the popcorn?
Michele sent me..have a great weekend! :)
Chana
www.bunnyburrow.com
utenzi said…
Hi Chana. Cute little burrow you have there though pink isn't my favorite color.

Thanks, Sophie. I was over at your site earlier today and will no doubt return soon. The red hair thing, you know?

Diana, tomato plants are easy to grow. The green part that is, the tomatoes themselves can sometimes be a pain!
GPV said…
Well over here we have tomatoes easy if we start young sprouts in March,by june they're real high and they give plenty of ripe tomatoes all through July and August.
By September ??? Here it's the end of tomato season and in october tomatoes that are still green will never be red.Amen.

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