Anyone who's known me for any length of time knows that I am not horticulturally talented. In fact, a certain Mr. Bird has offered in the past to buy me plastic plants - just to save another plant from a lengthy and painful death. Its not for lack of trying, its more for over watering, and sometimes for absentmindedness - and discovering a long forgotten plant and finding it this dry husk.
These lovely gems are some VF100 hybrid cherry tomatoes - they have some built in resistance to typical tomato problems. No blossom end rot here baby! They are tasty too - the only problem is that they arent ripening all at the same time so once or twice a week I get to harvest a cherry tomato - cut it in half and sprinkle a smidge of salt and share with Mr. Bird. He agrees that they are quite tasty. These are growing in some container boxes on top of a table on the side of my house. Kind of nice to have them elevated and I dont have to root around on my hands and knees.
I may germinate a few more of these tomatoes and add a few more planter boxes.