- Fourth of July Hybrid - 6.5 oz
- Red Cherry, Large Fruited - 2.75 oz
- Super Sweet 100s - 9.5 oz
- For a grand total of 18.75 oz or 1 lb 2.75 oz.
- Fourth of July Hybrid - 10
- Red Cherry, Large Fruited - 9
- Super Sweet 100s - 75
- For a grand total of 94 fruit.
Here are some pictures of the final teardown.
The overgrown tomato thicket.
Up to the rafters!
Last red one, hiding.
Lots of green Fourth of July Hybrids.
Empty Super Sweet 100 branch.
Rootball Montage! Clockwise from top left - Burpee's Summer Choice, Big Boy Hybrid, Fourth of July Hybrid, San Marzano, Super Sweet 100 Hybrid, Red Cherry Large Fruited.
Headed to the compost heap!
Wow, looks bare in this corner now.
94 tomatoes and one bouquet.
I'm glad I tried it, and the best result that came out of it was that we have a fantastic seed starter setup for this year's outdoor garden. And those pesky deer that sent me underground? Lets see how they like an 8 foot fence with an overhang. I figure it'll either keep them out or will be a good source of venison if they break their necks trying to get in. Watch this space for more on the outdoor fenced in garden coming about mid March.
In the meantime, I'm going to try a new project later today for the next couple weeks that I'm going to document here. Not exactly garden related, but should be interesting.