Who's growing Baker Creek Thai Pink Egg tomatoes?
Baker Creek Seeds sent them out free with every order. To me, they taste about as good as the tomatoes you get on your hamburger at Burger King. (Meaning, not at all.) I'm putting them in the compost for now, and the whole plant is going in the compost next week, if they don't improve.
I'm a bit baffled by Baker Creek's business strategy in sending out free seeds for such a lousy variety, though. According to the catalog, "the crisp pink fruit are bursting with natural goodness, sweet and rich." It makes me wonder about the accuracy of their descriptions for all of their other seeds.
The one lemon cucumber I've picked so far went in the compost too, but the seeds came from Southern Exposure, not Baker Creek, and I paid for them. If the cucumbers continue inedible, I will pull them up too, which at least will solve my usual cucumber worry, which is insane excess :-). Plus there will be more room for the fall crops...