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2021 December 1

December tomatoes

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At the beginning of November, I posted about the tomato plants that were still producing a few tomatoes.  We’ve had such a mild November, that we are still getting a few tomatoes (very few) in December.

patio-tomato

The plant on the patio seems to be dying, but parts of it still look like we may get fruit.

driveway-tomatoes

The driveway plants are a little healthier, but clearly getting to the end of their season.

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Here are some cherry tomatoes from one of the driveway plants.

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And here are some from the other driveway plant.

3 Comments »

  1. How lovely! and, I’m jealous :) I’m in Oregon and we had our first frost in October, so I clipped the stems slightly up from each grouping of green cherry tomatoes and put all the groups in a cardboard box. Have ripened at least 100 cherry tomatoes out of the box, but will probably give up this weekend — some of them just aren’t ever going to make it.

    Comment by Colleen — 2021 December 1 @ 22:38 | Reply

    • We’ve not had frost yet, and none is predicted for the next 10 days. So we may have a few more ripen, despite not really having enough sun or warmth for tomatoes at this time of year.

      Comment by gasstationwithoutpumps — 2021 December 1 @ 22:54 | Reply

  2. […] posted about my tomato plants in November and again in December, surprised about them hanging on so long. The volunteer plant on the patio finally died, but the […]

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