I've got blossoms and teeny-tiny tomatoes on my 'Small Fry' cherry tomato plant. But I'm finding that my happiness is somewhat diminished because I bought them as plants and didn't grow them from seed. I've realized that it's like cooking -- when you buy the plant it's like baking from a mix or popping a pre-made treat into the microwave, but when you grow the plant from seed it's like cooking from scratch. There's greater challenge, participation and reward involved. So I'd like to do more with seeds next year.
I do have some seeds to plant yet this year, which I must do in the next day or so: cosmos (to add to the ones I already have), morning glories (after all, if that's the name of the blog, I better have some in my garden!) and alyssum to fill in some empty spots.
But I digress. The point of this post is -- my mouth is watering at the thought of the fresh cherry tomatoes that are soon to appear in my daily big salad. Yum!