Saturday, May 7, 2011

Farmer Tom Returns

After being gone off the farm for a season, Ole Farmer Tom has returned to plant the tomato crop again. Yahoo!!
Here are tomato plants l and 2.

Farmer Tom told the Mrs. that he plans on planting two more. Yee Haw! Can't wait.

17 comments:

Uncle Tom said...

That's right - yeeeee hawwwwwww!

Susan Rozier said...

Cleverly put! Love it. Fondly, Susan

Michele Chastain said...

LOL -- Well I reckon those are some right nice looking tomaters! :)

Grandma Honey said...

Nothing says summer like tomatoes!!

Sue said...

Nothing better than a tomato fresh from the garden!

=)

blueviolet said...

They're really growing already!

Robin said...

Karen you make me laugh, and that's a very good thing.
Keeper growin...
R

Adrienne said...

Good for you! I DO NOT have a green thumb. Can't wait to see how them come out. :)

Sandra said...

I have a husband who loves to garden too. I shall from hereonin refer to him as Farmer Spending All my Money on Tomato Plants (he's a tad obsessive...)

mle said...

Home grown tomatoes are like candy on a vine!! Mmmmmmm : )

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

Nothing tastes like home grown tomatoes!

Xmas Dolly said...

Thanks for stopping by. Love the maters, and I was really into it myself when it was so dang hot BUT we went out tonight & I wore my winter coat, and the heat is back on. So sad! sniff-sniff

Candace said...

I need a Farmer Tom around here. Home grown tomatoes are the best. I've got some plants and praying that they grow this year. If they do, it will be the first time that I've experienced success. Wish me luck!

WhisperingWriter said...

Awesome!! I love tomatoes.

Kat aka Beachkat said...

I love tomatoes, especially those warm off the vine. I've never had luck growing them though, but I should try again. Good luck with yours.

Hugs,
Kat

Patty Ann said...

I think my tomato plants froze today. Drat!! I really need to finish the green house!! Love your plants though. They look great!

Julie said...

I just put in 50 tomato plants, 30 peppers, 3 rows of corn, 2 rows of beans, 6 cucumber plants, 2 rows of sunflowers and 2 row of Kolhabi. I skipped the tators and onions this year, they are cheap at harverst time.
Love your posts. I'm still reading and catching up.
Take care and God Bless!!