Fall Tomatoes Planted

Written by Chris on August 29th, 2010

I popped a couple of the fall tomatoes into the ground today. Seeds were planted on 6/26. Removed the Black Krim that never did anything and replaced it with an Aunt Ginny’s Purple. Then added one more plant to the garden, a Cherokee Purple. Am leaving the cherry tomatoes and the Japanese Black Trifele because they still seem to be doing pretty well, so hopefully will be producing through the fall. Not sure about the Bush Early Girl yet, it’s a bit spindly, but still producing. May replace it here soon. Don’t have room for any more plants, so will have to sacrifice it if I want to try a different variety for Fall.

Austin Summer Tomato Plants

Slightly Crispy in the August Heat


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