Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Mystery Tomato

DSC_2238_7010Never never trust yourself to remember something.  I thought I could remember the variety of this little tomato that a work associate started this from seed.  Probably underneath all of the massive canopy of the plant I may have a plant marker.  It’s a tiny little grape sized fruit that is golden to orange in color.  They take a mighty long time to mature.  I suspect they were started in the early spring and transplanted anywhere from May to March.  Heck.  I really didn’t track these little jewels at all.  They are a nice surprise in the the garden this summer.DSC_2243_7015

Farmer MacGregor enjoys snacking of these little tomatoes; so that’s a good thing, Martha.

3 comments:

Aunt Snow said...

Save the seeds and grow them again next year!

Sue said...

I always swear I'm going to remember....but I never do. My goal this year was to keep better notes and label things. I was only partially successful, but NEXT YEAR...
:)

Green Zebra Market Garden said...

Is it Orange Sungold? That's a pretty common and popular orange cherry tomato. It's also a hybrid.