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me too...except we won't see tomatoes like this until september!
ME TOO! But I won't see anything red until August!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
What a tease! Months away for us..
Yes, that is a mean tease. I have one tomato plant--in the house-- because it's still to cold to trust it to "spring" weather. It does have blossoms, though. Nothing beats the flavor of a home grown tomato.
We're now being told that our growing season is going to be very similar to last year... this is not good for Pacific Northwesterners who want to grow strawberries, grapes or tomatoes. Due to unusual cold and extreme wet, the tomato season last year was a bust. sigh.Make me a sandwich, too?:-)
I haven't even planted anything yet. Still too cold - frost on the grass this morning.
You are so far ahead of us!!! Really?! We actually had to plant new cucumber plants yesterday after a hard frost killed ours last week. The weather is definitely turning around here for good now though... I just know it. We also planted your lovelies yesterday too!!! They look happy. :) Thank you for your comment today. Everything is okay - we have a sick goat, but we're keeping our fingers crossed that he'll be alright. Thanks, CeeCee. xoxoxoxo
Holy cow! We are just getting ready to put our tomato plants in the ground this weekend!
Wow! Those are some great looking tomatoes! We just got our peppers and maters in the ground last weekend. I'm already dreaming of BLTs too!