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

Sunday

Azoychka and Goldsman's Italian-American with friends


My List of Tomatoes
 planted in March for the growing season 2010



A great collection of a colourful bunch of tomatoes in all forms and sizes. From the very small Reisentraube to the very large Cherokee Purple. Colour-wise all colours from the pale Great White to the really dark Carbon. It is going to be an interesting season. Right now they are not more than an inch or two tall but I hope by the end of april when it is time to transport them out to the potager or greenhouse they will be strong and healthy.  



Amish Paste
Azoychka
Black Cherry
Carbon
Cour di Bue
Egg Yolk
Federle
Ferris Wheel
Gardener’s Delight
Goldman.s Italian-American
Great White
Green Zebra
Nyagous
Orange tomato sp.
Pembe Domates
Pink Ponderosa
Plum Lemon
Promyk
Purple Calabash
Purple Russian
Reisentraube
Stupice
Sungold
Sungold Select II
Super Sweet 100
Sweet Olive
Tiny Tim
Tumbling Tom




 
Most of them are heirloom seeds from all over the world and one tomato that I'm particulary proud of and that is the 'Pembe Domates' from Turkey. A pink beef heirloom tomato that I got from a fellow gardener in Istanbul. Thank you A. Tansug.


Happy Equinox!




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9 comments:

Reader Wil said...

Jeg visste ikke at det var så mange forskjellige tomater!

Chiot's Run said...

I'm growing the Goldman's Italian American for the first time this year - so excited. Along with some old faves like Principe Borghese & San Marzano.

I think I've mentioned how envious I am of your glass haus - always look at it with hope for one in my garden in the future.

Christina said...

Vilka härliga tomatbilder! Jag har bara sått 7 sorter.
Ha en bra ny vecka!
Christina

Tyra i Vaxholm said...

Christina du är en förståndig människa 7 låter alldeles lagom, jag vet jag är lite tokig med det är ju så kul!

Vivian Søndergaard said...

Hej. Har netop fundet din blog. Elsker dine billeder af køkkenhaven. Specielt er jeg helt vild med dit pilehegn. Det ser meget vildt og autentisk ud. Ville passe fint hos mig :-)

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colorchic said...

I have never started tomatoes from seed, is it to late to start if I'm in zone 8? Your photos are inspiring!

Cathy said...

Yummy! These look soooo yummy and beautiful! I wish I could grow such lovlies!

Happy Mosaic Monday!
XOXO
Cathy

25BAR said...

What a concept! go around the place shooting tomatoes! I can do that!