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Some photos of my tomatoes :D

Posted by ameera z11 Dubai (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 1, 13 at 19:03

Here are some photos of my tomatoes that I took today.. I am so excited and hope I do things right so they successfully ripen and continue to produce more.

this is a copy/paste from another post: I am growing what I think are Brandywines but I am not sure...long story short, I gave my housemaids a packet of tomato seeds to start growing since I was going to be overseas for almost 2 months. I thought it was Orange Minsk, but posted photos here to ask a question and was advised it was the wrong leaf type to be OM. I still can't remember for sure but don't see my Brandywine Sudduth seed packet so I am assuming that must be what is growing.

Here are the photos:

I did remove that tomato on top with the hole:
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And one length shot from one of the 3 plants:
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Here is a photo from January 13th showing the whole set up... with a stray cat who was visiting :)
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RE: Some photos of my tomatoes :D

lOOKING gOOD


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RE: Some photos of my tomatoes :D

Seeing how mature your plants were for Feb, I googled your growing conditions. It looks like you are right on schedule to see some decent ripening before the heat sets in around may. Just be sure to keep those pots watered! Good luck.


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RE: Some photos of my tomatoes :D

Lovely fat fruit, ameera! And creative supports. Cute cat, too.


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