Looking out the window
of my Italian Villa, I see in the distance my prize winning tomato plants.
The tomatoes plump, red, and ripe for the taking. A gentle breeze makes
a few of the plants sway in a sleepy way back and forth. It's still
early morning, the dew on the grass is still there, the quiet hush that
comes with a morning in Italy. Then a loud car horn...A loud car horn??
Well, it breaks me from my favorite daydream of my mythical Villa in
Italy, and brings me back to the quaint suburbs of New York. Not quite
as picturesque, perhaps not as peaceful, but still, in the distance,
sandwiched carefully between the small confines of manicured lawns,
rests my little garden, and my not so prize winning tomato plants, still,
I'm biased, and think that my suburban grown tomatoes can match any
in the world.
In my obsession, I mean, my hobby of producing high quality tomatoes,
I've picked up a few tips, secrets, and general knowledge of the tomato.
I thought I would create a page with some of what I learned, while not
being a complete page on tomatoes, it will give the beginner an understanding
of how to grow tomatoes, the history of the tomato, and recipes for
the navigation bar to the left to go from one topic to the next. If
you have any suggestions, comments, or just want to say hello, just
click on the email link to the left. I'll be updating this page in two
months and if you would like me to add anything specific to the page,
like a free tomato email address, hmmm, that might be a good idea, or
something like that, just let me know and I'll add it.
you are a webmaster looking for a reciprocal link, please contact me
and I'll add you to my link page. Thank you for viewing my tomato page.
I hope you find it interesting and informative. Have fun growing your