These are “hahms gelbe topftomate”. I bought the seeds from Gayla at You Grow Girl early last year, i believe.
These are really compact and work great in containers. They were also super delicious. Definitely going to grow them again next year, and may even try to grow some starts for a coworker who likes to grow tomatoes in the tiny space available to her at her condo. She’s found that non-red varieties last well because passers-by think they’re not ripe and so don’t pick them. :) Heh.
Type: Ditmarsher. Current location: Mah belleh.
One thing i’m trying to get better about is taking pictures of silly mementos instead of holding onto random pieces of paper.
Case in point, this image. It’s a crappy hand-drawn diagram i made, but i’ve held onto it because when i played Glitch and the final housing system was released, i spent days thinking about and planning my front yard before i implemented anything. My diagram paid off because the yard turned out exactly the way i wanted it.
You can see more of my snaps from Glitch at the game’s archive site.
I’m impressed. I bought this plant as a start from a farmer at the market about 3 weeks ago. By the time i left for WisCon (about 2 weeks ago) it had this tiny little fruit on it. While i was gone we had cool, rainy weather. Since i’ve been back we’ve had warm, sunny weather. Apparently this is how you make a little cucumbers into big ones. And i have at least 2 more blossoms turning into little cucumbers already.
NOM NOM NOM
So this particular shiitake block has been pleasantly productive. We bought it last saturday, it had started sprouting even before i put it in my growing box on tuesday, and now here we are with over a pound of mushrooms. Andy’s turning some of them into risotto even as i type this.
Guess it’s true that wasabi is amenable to the Pacific Northwest climate: mine sure hit a growth spurt in the past month and has been going like gangbusters. Some of the leaves are downright massive!
I also didn’t realize they flowered — UNTIL IT DID!