Used the 6 cup muffin tin to freeze these tomatoes. They’ll make great tomato soup. Notice the many orange tomatoes I have? My favorites. I freeze them in a gallon labeled bag. These were green tomatoes that I picked and brought in early October. They turned their colors and were ready for parboiling and freezing recently.
Did some pickles and I forgot how much sugar goes into sweet pickles! These might taste real good in months to come.
Safeway sells this kale too, and that’s where I first tried it. Glad I grew it this year!
He fights all the cats who dare to wander in our yard out back!
IT WORKED! Some guy on U tube showed this, and he got the idea from someone else on U tube… I tried it and it really does work. Here’s the “AFTER” photo first. Next is the “before” photo. These tomato plants grew so long in my window sill (Feb, March). Lay them on their side for 2 weeks and they turn and grow upward. I put them in the ground, just like this, on their side. BELOW- Picture of tomatoes when I first layer them on their side, about 2 weeks before the “After” photo.
(Above) Before picture of my Dr Wyche tomato plants blowing furiously in the wind. I put two plants out last week, a little early. The other ones will go in on Mothers Day or later.
(below) I got the two big Dr Wyche tomato plants wrapped up with plastic to shelter them from the wind, and bought clothespins to secure them. I started these 3 ft. tomato plants from seed and they grew in my window sill.
Hurray! tomato plants sheltered from the heavy winds we’ve been having!
I had a good parsley salad from this parsley plant. Can’t wait to get this big parsley plant outdoors, but I have to wait till May, when it won’t freeze over night. It’s a flat parsley that I started from seeds. The little paper came off the stick and I don’t know where I got the parsley seeds from. I started this plant from seeds, I think it was back in October, or November. It is kept under the fluorescent lights indoors. That is how it grew so big.