I must also admit I'm the world's worst organised gardener. I frequently forget what I sow where and even if I make a note I then forget where I transplant it to. It's obviously easy to distinguish a tomato from say a cucumber, but when it comes to tell different tomato types, I get confused. So, knowing this, I endeavoured to plant at least the first lot in alphabetical order to the 10 different varieties Mr.H sent me. The rest is all a bit higgledy-piggledy, but I have my first 10 as reference plants. So here we go
Black Cherry (delicious!)
San Marzano Roma (obviously not ready yet)
This was today's colourful tomato harvest. Looking forward to growing my very own "Heiko" tomato next year
For those of you not so much into tomato photos, here for something different:
Red amaranth flower. Yes another one growing spontaneously. And I'm pleased my red-stripe amaranth has taken too.
Green aubergine. It's well ahead of their purple colleagues.
Pears almost ready. It's an early variety and it's actually slightly late this year, but the more bountiful.
Florida Cranberry. After a slow start during the cold spring, the ones in more exposed positions are starting to look like proper plants now.