I am back from my trip to London and back to hosting the From The Farm Blog Hop and who doesn’t love to talk about tomatoes? My friend Janet at Timber Creek Farmer had an excellent guest post by Mike Podlesney, blogger at Average Person Gardening the Author of the book “Vegetable Gardening For The Average Person” on growing Black Krim Tomatoes.
I was so excited to choose this weeks fave “Grow Black Krim Heirloom Tomatoes” and truthfully I love Janet’s blog at Timber Creek Farmer anyway it’s a fave of mine maybe it’s because I am secretly envious that she raises live stock but either way I am over there often so when I saw she had a guest this week and the topic was one of my favorite tomatoes the lovely Black Krim Tomatoes I just had to share! I love gardening, in particular I love edible gardening as I have shared with all of you and narrowing down your tomato choices and knowing what grows well for you is part of being successful at gardening. As you know I am not going to spoil this wonderful post so I hope you go over and check it out but I will give you a clue I learned something new! Isn’t that what this homesteading journey is all about?
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