Science and art expressed through gardening.
I think the shriveled ones look interesting. May they finally rest in peace.
A perfect Halloween post! Why didn't I think of that? :P I need to rip out the last of our scary tomatoes this week. We need to make room for the snow peas!
Beauty even in rotten tomatoes. Great Halloween post.
Those are scarey pics! :) I hope you are wearing gloves when you take them to their final resting place.
What a great post! Those tomatoes certainly have seen better days. RIP tomatoes...
Haha! Scary and funny! I wouldn't have thought of relating tomatoes to Haloween. Great post!
Poor tomatoes..remind me of us ladies in our twilight years, scary isnt it?
as above, reminds me of what i will look like in a few years time...cant wait!
Good images, but pretty sad tomatoes. Great title.
Haha! You make me feel so much better about not having cleaned the tomato debris out of my post-frost garden. Those are hilarious!I'd love it if you'd consider submitting your cyclamen post for the new blog carnival I'm hosting. Here's the link for the carnival:http://www.appalachianfeet.com/2010/11/12/how-to-join-the-new-blog-carnival-called-how-to-find-great-plants/
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