Saturday, May 30, 2009

Tomato Casual

Hello fellow tomato lovers.

I just wanted to share with you a site I've been enjoying for the last few weeks and thought you might find it enjoyable also.

I'm lovin' these guys at the moment (Tomato Casual).

A collaborative effort between fellow Tomato lovers who come up with all sorts of interesting stuff about tomatoes.

If you like your tomatoes as much as I do then I suggest you shuffle on over and check out their site.

Their current post is about growing tomatoes in space (Space Tomato More Drought Tolerant).

Below is a description about Tomato Casual I lifted from theri site.

About Tomato Casual

Tomato CasualAre you passionate about tomatoes?

We are too! In fact, it’s why we created this community dedicated to “Everything Tomato for People Who Love Tomatoes.”

At Tomato Casual we are not only obsessed with growing, eating, cooking with tomatoes, we’re also obsessed with all things tomato whether it be art, music, wallpaper, recipes or movies.

Our expert Tomato Casual team will help you grow a better tomato, discover new ways to cook and enjoy tomatoes, and will keep you in the know about all things tomato.

We invite you to be a part our community and share your tips, stories, photos and passion with those of us also enjoy this most perfect fruit.

Cheers and happy tomato growing,


Rosey Pollen said...

That does it, I am going to go get some dang wall-o- waters and try to grow some tomatoes again. Just for some salsa.

greenfumb said...

Great find Stewart, will start looking for big buckets to grow upside down tomatoes.
Any eggs yet?

Stewart said...

Hi Rosey, what's a wall-o- waters?

Hi Greenfumb, cosmic left a comment saying they aren't the best of layers so I might be in for a bit of a wait yet.

Rosey Pollen said...

Those of us who are not so lucky to be in a warm climate have to protect those babies from frost. The wall o waters are connected tubes that you fill up with water and surround the plant. Lots of mtn growers use them.

JGH said...

Thanks for the link - I'll definitely be visiting there. I just put mine in - about 8 different varieties this year! I need all the help I can get.