Sunday, August 21, 2011

Golden Harvest

Even though I grow a lot of varieties of tomatoes, my favorite cherry tomato is called Sun gold. Every summer, I look forward to harvesting these golden gems. I think these are the sweetest and tastiest tomatoes on earth. When I harvest them, I think I pop more into my mouth than into my basket. At each harvest, I promise myself not to fill up my stomach so much, but once I taste one, I can't resist.  I don't know which is better, the taste or the look of the tomatoes. If you have never grown them, give it a try next year. Even if you don't have a garden, try to grow them in a pot. You will be glad you did it. Once you taste them, you will be addicted to these gems like I am.

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  1. Fabulous photo - I have never tried these but they look tempting. Hope you have a fabulous week ~ Stephanie Lynn

  2. You grow these too!! wow!! wow!! they do look super tempting.. Have a lovely week ahead.. and thank u for popping into Colours Dekor.. :-)

  3. WOW!!!! Komali. They look so YUMM YUMM. I have read before your posts on your garden and you have a lovely one :-). I have lot of space but I never tried to grow any. Next year yes I am inspired now :-)

  4. wow.. I am in love with your garden tales and pictures.. amazing how you manage growing so many things!
    These tomatoes are look so healthy and identical in shape and color.. perfect ones.. I am sure i would also end up putting more into my mouth than the basket, if i had them in such a quantity in my garden.

  5. Oh, I love these cherry tomatoes, delicious! Great photos of them:):)

  6. You have the most amazing harvests!

  7. What a glorious bounty. Great to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundayss. Sorry to be so late to be visiting.

    - The Tablescaper