Nearly Wordless Wednesday

Nearly Wordless Wednesday

Not entirely wordless, but completely celebratory.  The first cherry tomatoes of 2011 are here!  Yes, they are growing in the plant window in the kitchen instead of outside in our garden.  No, we don’t care.

We’re New Englanders.  We’ll take what we can get.

The first tomatoes of 2011 grown at 1840 Farm

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  1. I’m jealous. I would love it if I had a plant like that one in my kitchen window. Do Cherry tomatoes not need pollination, or is this plant actually outdoors by your kitchen window?
    Congratulations! 🙂

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      Those cherry tomato plants are living inside our kitchen. We buy them each spring at the University of New Hampshire greenhouse and keep them going inside until it is warm enough for them to move out to the garden. When we purchase them, they are already in flower. We don’t get a huge crop while they are indoors, but a fresh cherry tomato every few days seems like a real treat when it is still cold outside!

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