Tomatoes

Despite the cool, very wet spring, then shorting dry summer, the tomato crop has been superbimg_6388 San Marzano plums have been excellent. Very uninspired when eaten raw, but very easy to blanch, and once cooked, their flavour is amazing. Definitely planting them next yearimg_6395 The Stupice have been less impressive. Lots of fruit, but they tended to ripen at the base and start to soften before the stem area ripened.  Marveille des marches, on the other hand produced big tasty fruit_blg3047 The cherry tomatoes were great in the pots_blg3052

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