The Great Indoor Tomato Experiment Ripens

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Chocolate Cherry tomatoes getting ripe.  They will be very dark brown when ready to eat.

In only a few short days, the Snarky Gardener will be eating homegrown cherry tomatoes in February. Of course there are only 6, so it won’t be much of a feast, but still, pretty cool. The Snarky Orange Cherry tomato plant is finally getting flowers. It had others a few weeks ago, but they grew into the lights and were burnt off (so sad). A cutting was also taken off the Chocolate Cherry to start a potted tomato plant. Not sure what I’m going to with it yet, but I’m sure I’ll think of something.

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The Snarky Orange Cherry Tomatoes are flowering – finally

2 thoughts on “The Great Indoor Tomato Experiment Ripens”

  1. Wow! I didn’t know tomatoes would grow indoors without bees, etc., to pollinate them. Makes me want to dig out my seed packets, pots, potting soil and start “seeding” early!!!

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