surprised by tomatoes

surprised by tomatoes

Ok, I have 32 tomato plants that I've watched closely, not every variety I started made it to the garden and some I really wanted may not be there, but I had some yellow pear-they didn't last long enough for pictures- that recently ripened, they are not that tasty. I found some lovely yellow cherry tomatoes today I 'didn't know' I had. Then we tasted them, Yummy, a mild yet tart flavor, lots of the juice one expects in a cherry [not much in the yellow pear, btw] so googling it we found out that they are called Siberians or Galenas. Yes I had planted a few Siberians but for some reason I hadn't looked at the images. And I found out my 'pet' tomato is a black cherry, that's more good news as none of the other's survived. The only real disappointments so far are no Homesteads and I'm not sure if any of my favorites-Amish survived. I just bought a bunch of heirlooms to see which I prefer, I love the Amish, and Black Krims, I'm hoping to find more favorites.
John Wang – a camellia hybridizer living in San Francisco Bay Area

John Wang – a camellia hybridizer living in San Francisco Bay Area

Wooohoo spring is here..

Wooohoo spring is here..

First Iris In Bloom!

First Iris In Bloom!

.. my bedroom!

.. my bedroom!

My third season– and I still have plenty of questions, so this is kinda long..

My third season– and I still have plenty of questions, so this is kinda long..

Customizing decore

Customizing decore