It is Harvest Monday and just look at these wonderful tomatoes.
The purple cherokee is almost as big as my very large coffee cup.
The green zebra was so tangy and creamy. The other two I am yet to try.
Ok, Ok, Ok you got me, so I didn't grow these is some sort of apartment balcony garden green house, Alas the tomato disease issues have not ceased here. All I wanted to do was to be part of the tomato growing gang. I found these beauties at the Vic Markets organic stall and I couldn't resist. Whilt it is Winter down here, it is tomato season up in the northern parts of Australia, and looks like they are doing well!
Harvests here were a little more mundane, some snow peas and some broccoli, which went nicely with some soba noodles.
I will be planting the spring crops soon, so in a few months I will be harvest monday ready! I'll try some disease resistant tomatoes this time round and see if I can get a crop! If you want real tomatoes head on over to Daphne's Dandelions and I am sure many of the blogs on her harvest Monday roundup will include real heom grown tomatoes and more.
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