Tomato Plant


Yesterday, while in town, we visited our local greenhouse.  We bought some cabbage plants and this tomato.  See the bloom at the top.  Hopefully, we will get tomatoes early from it.  I put it in a bucket (dry wall ) and as of now it is on the front porch.  I plan on moving it out on the front deck, then moving it back in a night.  For  today it will probably stay on the porch-too windy outside.  I tried to leave it out some yesterday but the wind kept blowing it over. 

The other day when my brother in law came, he brought us over some morel mushrooms.  It was a very nice treat.  These grow in the wild and are only available in early spring.  Some people call them  dry land fish.    Anyway, after eating the ones he brought us we decided to go looking for some here.  Hubby thinks it is still a little too early for here but we had a lot of fun looking.  It was so nice to get out in the woods and walk around. 

Time for school.  Enjoy your day and God bless.

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  1. I hope that you can get some early tomatoes. We may end up buying some tomato plants this year. I think we got some bad seeds or something. We will have to wait and see.

    Have a great day with your family.



  2. That is a huge tomato plant! We should go to Slaughters together one day. I have never eaten dry land fish before, but James talks about them a lot. I would have fun in the woods looking for them even if I didn’t like them 🙂 I hope you guys have tons of fun tomorrow. I can’t wait to see the pictures. Please pray that we make wise decisions about everything. I feel a streak of no blogging coming on for me. When I have decisions to make I always avoid everyone and everything and just pray a lot. Talk to you Friday.


  3. Hi Donna.. We love mushrooms but have never picked any.. Terry’s Dad used to pick them all the time but we don’t know which are good or poison..
    Your tomato plant is quite big, already.. We won’t be planting any for about another month…
    We are soooooo far behind you in our season..
    That doesn’t bother us as we are used to it and I guess you don’t miss what you have never had..


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