A real prize! Two Giant Belgium tomatoes are ripe on the vine. Looks like this plant will only produce 3 or 4 fruits this year. They are bigger than last year’s and very meaty and sweet.
Those are gorgeous!
So pretty! They would be so delicious on a sandwich… oh my… my mouth is watering! Enjoy!
Great, am trying to source the Kalabash over here. Looked at Johnny's seeds terrific and informative website but the import details although necessary I know, but mind blowing. I will look this Giant Belgium up too in UK suppliers.
On the moon front, if you have a clear sky there this evening you are in for a treat, the moon rose over my garden around an hour ago (9.10 p.m.)and although waning it is bright in a star filled sky, one of the best star filled skies this Summer.Marian (LondonUK)
Your Giant Belgium are beautiful. Doesn't look like the late blight did much damage?
Hi KathyYour blog is followed by so many people, enjoying your beautiful garden and advice. I have nominated you for a MeMe Award. If you are up to it, the details and rules are at my blog.Lene
Salix, The blight hasn't found this one Giant Belgium plant yet. It did kill a couple others early this year.
Thanks for the Meme award. I'll do a revealing post soon.
This tomato looks amazing! Great job at capturing it's beauty. I have been busy harvesting and canning my tomatoes. Please stop by and take a look at all the work we have done this season.
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