One of the highlights of Summer for me is beautifully ripe spray-free tasty tomatoes fresh from the garden. This year I have a handful of varieties growing.
Aunt Ruby's German Green
Black from Tula (beefsteak with green tops)
Indigo Rose - almost totally black fruit, take ages to ripen though.
I also sowed seed for Bloody Butcher but am now not sure which plants they are as the markers got lost somehow - note to self: put big clear markers in next time!
|Inside the Aunt Ruby's German Green|
|Clockwise from top left Brandywine Pink, Black from Tula, Indigo Rose|
All of these varieties are doing really well growing in the old pig pen area which is fenced off so nice and sheltered, plus the soil is well fertilised.