Monday, December 12, 2016

History

The big bright three are now history! DH and I couldn't stand it any longer and they were sacrificed for our lunch today. We each got 1 and a half BLT! (Plus extra bacon) Not sure if they were worth all of the expense, as the experiment was quite costly for a few tomatoes, but the experience is one I and most of my friends will not soon forget. The balance of the tomatoes are smaller and seem to be ripening anyway, so I imagine the plant will be out of here by Christmas. 

I have been looking into aqua and hydroponics. Hmm. Interesting ...

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  1. I bet it was the best tasting BLT ever!
    I'm thinking your hooked lol

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    1. Sure was! It's been a long time since I enjoyed something that much!

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  2. Is there a greenhouse in your future?

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    1. Oh, don't I wish. I've wanted one for years. DH says that one is a "No."

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  3. You tube have some interesting stuff on hydroponics. I recall watch one someone used a coffee can.
    Coffee is on

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    1. I saw that, it didn't use any pump though, it didn't look very efficient.

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  4. So the 'experiment' was a success, edible, tasty, tomatoes :)
    I'm hoping you grow more next season.

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  5. Check some hydroponics videos on YouTube. I saw some other day and was really impresses. But your tomatoes are beautiful.

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    1. I have, on a very small scale - my bedroom is not very big. :)

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  6. I can imagine how wonderful they must have tasted. Thanks for checking back with me. We are OK and will post something soon. Samson says he will if I don't.

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    1. Yes, they were good. Glad to hear you are all okay!

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  7. Yummy...I can't hardly imagine having a flavorful tomato at this point. The supermarket ones are tasteless. I, too would love a greenhouse but it's not in the cards for us either.

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    1. I think this was worth it and it was fun. I never watched a tomato plant growing when it was outside in the garden. A different experience!

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