Green Zebra Tomato Plant, Fruiting!

Ah, I remember the day I planted the seeds for this plant just mere months ago, and now one of my Green ZebraIMG_1862 tomato plants is fruiting. This is the first in my large collection of 5-gallon containers that will all (hopefully) produce tomatoes.  I’ve not seen this particular type of heirloom tomato in my supermarket, so I’m always keeping an eye out for seeds at my local garden shop. It already looks tasty!

It can be a bit of a gamble to start plants from seed, but when they transform into healthy plants that are productive, I let out a happy sigh of relief, for I know that tomatoes will soon arrive!

CONSUMER ALERT UPDATE: The non-fruit parts of tomato plants are poisonous if ingested.  More information on toxic plants can be found here:


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