Saturday, July 10, 2010

Sweet Anticipation

My tomatoes and eggplants aren't ready yet, but they will be soon. I can't wait to make eggplant parmesan with them.

Eggplant 'Listada de Gandia'

Tomato 'Sweet Tangerine'
Notice how the tomato is starting to take on an orange tint.


Tomato 'Bloody Butcher'

6 comments:

  1. Your eggplant looks like it will be ready very soon! What kind of eggplant is it? Your tomatoes also look really good. I'm so glad I found another veggie gardening blogger in Indianapolis!

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  2. The eggplant is an Italian heirloom called Listada de Gandia.

    It's good to hear that you're from Indy. You might want to start coming to the Central Indiana Plant Swaps. I've been organizing one at Holiday Park every spring. We had 30+ people this year. I grow many of my veggies from seed and I had some extra seedlings that I brought to the swap. One of the participants is going to organize a fall swap. Here's a link to the forum where we post information about the swaps:
    http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/gather/

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  3. Our eggplants have a while to go yet. Still, it's inspiring to the chef in me when they start to produce. They are so good for, well, everything. Tomatoes, too, but I always get sick of them by season's end (barring garden disaster, knock on wood). Eggplants, there are never quite enough, and so they are always like a bit of treasure. :)

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