These two cherry tomatoes are all I need for salads
Most of mine this year are cherries from compost sprouts i moved around. I do have some that look purple so maybe those are they kumato type i buy sometimes. They taste great with the almost zero rain we’ve had. NO cracking. Too bad i could use some big 5lb beefsteaks. We do eat a lot of salads so these will come in handy.
They almost look greenhouse grown!
Were those you started from seed?
Yes, The original seeds were from Sam’s Club Kumato and Flavor Bombs.
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I still find that sooooo amazing. I am drying some on paper towels. But now they are all stuck, so I’ll have to cut them apart and store them ON the paper towels!
What did you do to prepare yours? Anything?
That’s all I did , dried on a piece of newspaper. When ready to plan,water Paper to loosen seeds an plant. 50 seeds equals 50 plants.
Give to friends a bunch. For next year leave on piece on paper, stick in ziplock baggee in crisper.
Try a paper plate instead. That’s worked pretty well for me.
I squeezed the seeds on the napkin and let them dry. I used a tooth pick to plucked them free before planting the seeds.
Huh. I just sliced store tomatoes thinly and planted the slices in paper tube “pots”, thinned when they got about 2", then stuck in the ground when they were hardened off. Mine are late, but I almost have one ready to eat! LOVE Kumatos! I am growing Comets for my daughter, too, but those plants aren’t nearly as vigorous as the Kumatos.