So, is it Tomato Time?

It’s almost time, right ?  Some plant tomatos in May, some in April.  But if you have planted them already, they do survive if you keep them indoors.  

I’ve planted some seeds into small containers, indoors, and I planted them almost a month ago. (Too soon, right? ) .   They are still alive and the cute little plants are the size of the pinky, a little smaller.

I took this picture last year or year before of some garden tomatoes.    Some of them I grew and some of them are my friend’s tomatoes.

You can do it.   Get some dirt.  Put in some seeds (from the dollar store) or from a tomato that you’ve already eaten.    And then care for it, keep it moist, and give it sun, and there you go.  Some use plant food or plant spikes, some put fish into the ground before planting.      You do your style.

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ARTFROMPERRY I take photographs and tell stories with photographs, . Everything in these photographs is exactly as it is supposed to be. Blurred, from a distance, sharp or not, colors varied from the average. These are not photographic mistakes nor anything to be corrected. These are exactly as I want them to be seen. As a pastime, I produce and direct television programs in parts of New York City, NYS USA UPDATE: Due to covid hitting our city, I temporarily stopped producing television since the studio required that we sign a seemingly illegal covid contract in order to have access to the studio. Considering a lawsuit to get the program back on the air again .

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