The above tomatoe and the one below I'm sure came off our Better Boy plant. If I'm wrong then it came off the Big Beef plant. The Big Beef plant has really sprawled and it made it hard to tell for sure which plant they were picked off of.
Parks Whopper and what a WHOPPER it is! This is the first year we have ever grown the Parks Whopper and we will be growing it again.
The romas are ripening. Although I did have to through away just as many as I picked that were effected with blossom end rot. I checked all the green ones and culled those that were effected as well.
The 4th of July plants are still doing quite well. The grape tomato is called Sugar Daddy. It is very prolific, but the tomatoes fall off the vines when they are yellow. I'm not sure if it is a characteristic of this plant or due to our 105 degree days.
The above picture and below picture are more from the big beef or better boy.
Over 11 pounds of tomatoes for the week. I finally got my harvest totals on my sidebar. It's hard to believe that we have harvested over 100 pounds from our small garden this year. And that is just what has been weighed. Hubby likes to pick and eat without weighing and we have given some away that wasn't weighed.
With the heat, we only harvested one cucumber this week. The okra is still coming on and the peppers should start picking up some.
With the heat being so bad and no rain for weeks, I'm wondering if I'm going to be able to do any fall planting.
I hope everyone else's gardens are producing by the bushels full!
Be sure to check out everyone's harvest over at Daphne's Dandelions