Then I brought out the rest of the tomatoes from the house and artfully arranged them in the basket. That gave a little more depth of color since the just harvested ones were on the orange side.
I decided to also try in the shade to reduce the glare.
While I was at it, I decided I should photograph the different varieties so that when I'm trying to decide what seeds to plant I can look back at the pictures. It will also help with my seed saving when I don't know the tomato type. Some of my plants came from an heirloom mix and I'm having to play detective with the Fedco catalog to figure out what they are.
Here are some individual shots. Unknown Tomatoes are shown first. Please feel free to give any guesses in the comments.
|Unknown 1- Pink/Yellow Fruit||Unknown 1|
|Unknown 2- Very Large Orange||Unknown 3-Round Deep Pink|
|Unknown 4- Large pink/red lobed fruit,|
has ripened further.
|Market Miracle||Purple Calabash|
|Cherokee Purple||Amish Paste|
|Green Zebra||Red Zebra|