This has never happened in my entire gardening lifetime, friends. I plant tomatoes in my garden every year and, more often than not, I will get a few tomatoes before the first frost. Most of my tomatoes are usually green in September and October due to lack of sunshine and heat in our lovely Pacific Northwest weather.
Well, this year, it’s actually SUMMER! Bees will buzz. Kids will blow dandelion fuzz. And I’ll be doing whatever snow does in Summer…. oh, wait… sorry. I guess I still have Frozen in my head.
Back to those tomatoes.
Seriously, tomatoes just don’t get ripe around here. I’m quite gleeful. Yes, I said gleeful. There is nothing better than a garden-fresh tomato. The flavor is absolutely nothing like a store bought tomato. I’d start planning all of my tomato based recipes except my youngest loves tomatoes too and they seem to disappear every time she walks outside to visit the garden.