Autumn in Northern Ireland...
Oh you don't even want to hear my Southern pronunciation. LOL No matter they are delicious.I saw on your other blog you had a heat stroke. Take care of yourself. I must catch up to see what you are doing.We leave for the BAR next week so it has been a busy timeHugs madi and mom
I say the may version and they are a bit bigger than yours.
So are 'may' tomatoes bigger than 'ma' tomatoes? :)
Butt SOON.... SOON they will pawduce some GRAND PROduce. RIGHT?
Will they have time to grow and ripen before the cold hits again?
They are behind glass, so it should be okay. Fingers crossed...
Tomato's confuse Mum ..... when she was at school she was taught to spell tomato tomatoe. Now she's gotta spell it without an e. She's got a problem with potato's too. They will grow won't they?? Crikey Mara a Pippie is a little girl with 2 different stockings and orange hair in pigtails where you come from. I'd sure like to meet her. She sounds like fun. Our pippies are a little clam that are found everywhere along our coastline. Fishermen use them for bait but you can eat them. They taste good if cooked well but Mum would never collect them to cook. She has eaten them in restaurants though.
It's a good thing you don't eat 'my' version of a pippie! That would be gruesome!I learned to write tomato in Dutch, which is tomaat. And over here in Norway they spell it tomat. Language is a strange thing, but it can be quite funny as well.
Hari omWhichever, they promise many a tasty sandwich! YAMxx
Hope they give you some yummy tomatoes!
Any weighty (and not so weighty) comments are welcome!