Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Yellow Tomatoes July 2, 2013

ABC Wednesday
Y is for Yellow Tomatoes
Yellow tomatoes have less acid than the red ones, making digestion easier.
This is Sun Sugar, a small, sweet cherry-type tomato.
Aren't they pretty in a salad?
The red tomato, Sweet 100, is very popular with gardeners in our area.
In case you are interested in what else I have in my vegetable garden:
Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans, Improved Taylor Bush Beans (with red on pods),
Sweet Cayenne Peppers, Mild JalapeƱo Peppers (dark green),
and White Onions harvested today, July 2, 2013.

And now for Outdoor Wednesday:
Blanket Flower
I got this started from a packet of Mixed Wildflower Seeds several years ago.
Have a beautiful day!
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  1. Nothing can compare to garden tomatoes, they look luscious. I like the name Sun Sugar too.

  2. Beautiful tomatoes. Also lovely flowers. You have some great fresh produce. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

  3. We always get those packages of mixed coloured mini tomatoes for our salads. They're so so so good!

    abcw team

  4. I'm getting hungry just looking at those tomatoes you posted.
    JM Illinois

  5. I must tell my daughter about yellow tomatoes, - she has trouble with the acid in red ones.

  6. Did not know about the relative lack of acidity in yellow tomatoes. Good to know!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

  7. I grew the yellow ones last year, but have to say I guess I like the acid because we ended up eating more of the red ones.

    Happy 4th of July! Be back on Monday.

  8. The blanket flowers really pretty - a great find from a packet of mixed seeds :)

  9. Those veggies look so good. I do love tomatoes. Can't find yellow ones in the stores... wish I could.

  10. You have a very productive, and luscious, garden. I just love the smell of tomatoes growing on the vine.

  11. I could not survive without a regular taste of tomatoes! And these look gorgeous! And the wildflower is such a colourful design!


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