Friday, October 17, 2014

Tomato story

Having grown cherry tomatoes (Roma variety) and regular tomatoes (seeds from Bangladesh), I find growing Roma is more rewarding because the plant stays strong and keeps producing fruits for more than 6 months.

While the latest attempt using seeds from Bangladesh was quite successful with about 20 tomatoes on the plant, it started dying soon after. Now, I'm left with many fruits on a dead plant.

Unlike the crisp and sweet Roma, these tomatoes are sour with thick skin. That explains why the deep red tomatoes are still on the plant!

1 comment:

  1. Hi
    We chanced upon your site seeing that you grow some dandelions some time back and we wonder if you still have them or any ideas where we could get them. We need it badly for my young daughter treatment..only the sap of the flower stalk or leaves.. thanks