WPC II Rare Oddball Tomatoes

Rare Looking  At Tomatoes

Hairloom Groucho Tomato

Hairloom Groucho Tomato

Can you find this guy in in the farmers market display?

Hairloom Tomatoes

Hairloom Tomatoes

Weekly Photo Challenge Rare

Oh my I must add this to Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge for today

32 thoughts on “WPC II Rare Oddball Tomatoes

      • the tomato photos are tucked away – but I promise to share if I find some -I looked online to see if the festival had any online pics – and did not find them-
        anyhow – quick story – 2003 was our first year in Virginia and our first year at the Hank we tomato festival – but they had problems that year and had to have outside tomatoes trucked in…. and they gave away free crates – they said they could not sell them if they were not Hanover ones – ! so we brought a crate home and shared with neighbors – it was super fun.
        a few large ones like here

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        • What a wonderful story So sorry I I’m slow getting to it. Food, art and sharing what a way to become part of a new community!
          Somewhere I saw National Put zucchinis on your neighbors porch day listed. Be careful it could happen to you
          Happy end of Summer

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          • oh happy end of summer to you too! and by the way – that was the first time I had fried green tomatoes – soooo good!
            and the zucchini on the porch i have heard of – we had to stop trying to grow them because of stink bugs – really – not worth the trouble – but tomatoes and peppers do well


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            • Intrigued by the story of tomatoes. Oh yes, loved the image, and your guy is just above the two in the foreground. What also caught my eye was your reference to stinkbugs. For many years I have studied the order Hemiptera, of which the stinkbugs are members. but in their own suborder Heteroptera. Enough of the taxonomy, for as I said, it was your use of the North American vernacular, *Stinkbug” that caught my eye. As your probably aware in the UK they are called, Shieldbgs, but referenced in all my readings was the fact that in the States they are called Stinkbugs. I’m waffling, sorry, for all I’m trying to say is, that I have never come across it in everyday use until now, apart from myself, and that is only in that I too make reference to its use by folk across the pond.

              I do have a question though, and it is, did you give up on the zucchini’s because of the smell the bugs produced when disturbed, or was it the damaged they caused? If you have, or could direct me to some pics of the bug I would be well pleased.

              Enjoy tomatoes I do, thanks for sharing,


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