We have an unusually abundant crop of tomatoes this year. Apparently our forest friends have no desire to feast upon this plant. All tomatoe plants remain intact with lots of tomatoes. We do have a concern. They are green, all of them and the Vermont nights are getting cooler, dropping to below 50 degrees. We would like them to redden on the vine but we may, in the end, find ourselves with an abundance of paper bags lined up in the house doing the job that the garden did not. We will see.
Here is a pictorial of the many kinds of tomatoes we grew.