First to go is the tomato plants. We hadn't seen any evidence of viruses yet, but didn't want to take any chances. So from the 10 plants, i gleaned a lot of fruit: 19 lbs, 14 oz to be exact.
Granted, most of it is green, but i'll be hopeful. :)
These cherry tomatoes i planted this year are divine! I love how they are a perfect little bundle. Maybe we'll luck out and get some to ripen all the way.
Total cherry tomatoes: 2 lbs, 6 oz
This whopper is a slicing tomato, Purple Cherokee. It weighs a pound on it's own.
Total purple cherokees: 7 lbs, 6 oz.
From the italian tomato plants, i was a little disappointed. There was only 9 lbs, 2 oz--all green-- from 4 plants. And that pretty much sums up why this year was such a bust!
Luckily, i found an idea for a movable greenhouse from the farm tour we took last week! TA DA!