Finally this week though, I have gotten some of my favorite Paul Robeson's and about 6 of another new tomato from Wild Boar Farm, the Tie Dye Berkley.
|Tie Dye Berkley|
I am telling you that they are amazing.
This is an actual picture of one I picked today.It weighs a little over a pound. Mainly the reason it's is amazing is because it's taste and texture is similar to a Paul Robeson. Ha! They are listed in Baker Creek as an Heirloom but really they are an Open Pollinated as the have only been developed by Brad Gates in the last few years. A outstanding one to be sure but still not an Heirloom. The stems are thick and sturdy and have lots of blooms.
Sassy Summer Mix Greens- Lambs Quarter, Kale, Red Mustard, Wood Sorrel and Swiss Chard
Zesty Greens- Red Mustard and Arugula
Lamb - Chops, Steak, Organ, Stew and Marrow bones
Bouquets- Sunflowers(of course), Dahlia, Zinnia and RED HOT POKERS
This is a tomato that grew in my raised greens bed. It washed out of a tray that we had tomato plants in and grew on its own. Its about 5 ft. tall which is bigger than any other plants we had started ahead of it. This is in Route 66 Compost.
Well we'll see you on Saturday. Shouldn't be too hot but stop by and get some Lemonade anyway.
God's Blessings on you and yours,
Sam and Bill