Monday, August 2, 2010

Harvested 100 Japanese Black Trifele/Babywine Tomatoes This Year!

Today's harvest includes 21 SunGold, 7 Husky Cherry Red, 6 Snow White (front yard), 6 White Currant, 5 Garden Peach, 4 Red Currant(1), 3 Brown Berry, 3 Nyagous, 3 Azoychka/not Azoychka, 3 Orange Fleshed Purple Smudge, 2 Red Grape, 2 Jaune Flamme(2), 2 Sara Black (6.5 ounces), 2 Poma Amoris Minora Lutea, 2 Babywine, Japanese Black Trifele, Violet Jasper, Stupice, Patio, Large Pink Anna (6 ounces), Black Krim (8.5 ounces), Persimmon (7 ounces), Green Grape, Yellow Pear, Principe Borghese, Speckled Roman, Gajo de Melon and Yellow Perfection for a total of 84 tomatoes.

We've now harvested exactly 100 Japanese Black Trifele and Babywine tomatoes. The strange thing about Japanese Black Trifele is it originates from Russia. How it got this name isn't clear.

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