The Greenhouse,

is about growing matters, focusing on my greenhouse and potager. I grow mainly vegetables, herbs and spices but flowers have their given place too. From seed to table, this is the nursery for my living food, we cook a lot of delicious food and I say a potager is the cook’s best friend. The greenhouse makes it possible to grow essential, colourful, warmth loving fruit and vegetables even in this climate such as tomatoes and chillies. My main blog is Tyras Trädgård/Tyra's Garden. View my profile

Tuesday

It's Tomato Time

TYRA and Tomatoes = true

I just looove tomatoes, Broschetta with tomato and basil, pasta with lovely tomato sauce, tomato sallads, sundryed tomatoes, pestoes, salsas....you name it I love it as long it contains tomatoes. No that is not entirely true, now I remember I do not love Heinz spaghetti hoops and baked beans in tomato sause, that is hangover food!

Read more about my tomatoes in Tyra's Garden

Tomatoes in a basket


Harvest time. tjooho!! it's one of my favorite times of the year. To finally take the wonderful things I grow in the garden into my kitchen! Peas, onions, tomatoes.... all in abundance all except the artishokes where did they go? None this year not a single one!



MY CHAIR in the greenhouse.

Sit down, take a break, close your eyes, breath deep and slowly.


Hey... do write something, I just love when you leave a comment.


TYRA

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7 comments:

Michael said...

Below are some basic gardening tips to get you started on creating your dream garden

Gardening Tip 1? Consider your plants health as well as your own. Ensure you keep yourself well hydrated whilst gardening. As most gardening is done in the sun, involves physical labor and is very engrossing, it is easy to work away for hours on end without noticing the time flying by.

Gardening Tip 2. Design your garden before you start digging. Your time and energy is precious so don’t start digging holes and planting plants without having a garden design first. You may choose to employ a professional garden design or you may just want to draw your desired garden on a piece of paper yourself, depending on your budget.

Gardening Tip 3. Make a list of the tools and materials you will need. After creating your garden design, list the tools and materials that are required to create your masterpiece.

Vero said...

I don't think you need those tips. You have an absolutely beautiful garden. The best in fact :-D

Michael obviously haven't been reading the blog or seen the photos.

Wouldn't mind one of your tomatoes right now.

Lots of love

Tyra in Vaxholm said...

Vero, thank you darling, what's up?
I had some really nice grilled toasts last evening with some absolutely wonderful tomatoes of course and cheeses, leftovers from the party.

Tyra in Vaxholm said...

Thank you 'michael' :)

guild-rez said...

Hello Tyra,
I am sending you greetings from Varberg ..
We had a wonderful time in Sweden, but tomorrow we are flying back to Canada.
Best regards
Gisela

Catherine said...

Hello Tyra!
I Love Tomatoes too! :) The deer have been determined this year to not allow me many, however lots of generous friends showering me with tomatoes~so many diffrent varieties from their gardens!:) Yellow tomatoes are my fav! Do you have a favorite..? Your pics are lovely as always!
Enjoy your day, & your tomatoes!:)
Cat

Willow said...

Tyra,
My sistern in law LOVES tomatoes too, especially heirloom tomatoes. Her online name in various places is seedlady. :)

I grow tomatoes every summer too, but not like you and she do!