Monday, September 25, 2017


This is one of the last of the yellow "jubilee" tomatoes in the garden. This year, they produced beautiful large tomatoes, and lots of them. And they were delicious, with a mild sweetness that was great for salads. We made sauce with some of them and turned that into tomato paste. The jars of yellow tomato paste are in the pantry now, ready for use through the winter.

This one's just about ready to pick.

We also stuffed some of the larger ones, although they turned out to be more delicate than the red tomatoes we stuffed. But they were still very tasty. I don't remember if I have any more seeds for these. I'll look, but I think I'll save some seeds from one of the last fruits for next spring, just in case.


  1. This guy is a real beauty. I'm wondering if you ever bring seeds back from the States for anything in your garden.

  2. Surely this is a hybrid in which case you are not guaranteed to get the same perfect fruit from those seeds.


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