In my family we like Figs so we had plant many of them in our plot. We have 4 big trees and 3 smaller figs this moment. So as you can understand we have many fruits every year and we eat them all.
We like fig fruits so much that we eat them from the tree when we are in plot. Every day we went in trees many times to search for ripen figs.
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This year we had many rains in June,no rain in July and 2-3 days with rainstorm in August. So my tomato plants in plot lived without watering from me. July it was a bad month for the plants and 3-4 tomato plants died but with many ripen tomatoes in their stems.
Usually I can go in my plot once a month and I stay there 4-5 days but in August I was there for 12 days. Everyday I had fresh tomatoes for my lunch and dinner so I feel happy.
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We have October, the weather is really good now after the cold days of September and my tomato plants have many flowers in their stems.
Yesterday morning I harvest 2 more yellow pear beautiful tomatoes and I wait other 5-6 to grow. The readers from past months known that I plant these tomatoes in my containers very late, the summer, and I didn’t expect to see any tomato so I feel very proud for my yellow tomatoes.
I had read that Yellow Pear tomatoes are strongest from other heirloom tomato varieties in low temperatures and I wait to see if I will have more tomatoes from these plants the next month.
My friends don’t understand what these “things” are because nobody knows “other color” of tomatoes here and it’s very funny situation.
I don’t have many seeds from this variety so I tried to save some seeds to replace the seeds I spend this year.
I grow 10 plants of some unknown variety in the plot. The only thing I knew when I bought the plants from nursery it was that they’re organic.
The plants grow without watering but the spring we had many rainy days. I will go again in my plot in 10-15 days. I hope I will find some red tomatoes then if the plants are alive.
The plants are not so big (because of watering), they are about 1m high and they had 5-6 tomatoes each one. I use branch from my olive trees to support the plants.
After a month, my tomato seedlings are growing nicely. One of them is bigger from others and today it was the lucky day for my baby plant. I transplant it in a new large container.
How are you growing tomatoes? Nice question but I don’t know. It’s my first time because I ‘m city girl. So I search and read a lot for tomatoes. And I always found that tomatoes needs egg shells because of calcium. Tomatoes loves Calcium and I love eggs. I collect my eggshells the last month and I use them in my container. We are both happy now.
I use newspaper first, then I add some soil and the egg sells before I add the other soil and transplant my precious tomato seedling.
I don’t know if my red tomatoes in plot growing or die without water (I can go there only once a month for 4-5 days), but my unknown “Yellow Pear” and “Cream Sausage” tomatoes have a lot of water and love every day here.