We’ve been growing a variety of tomatoes for a couple of years now called Yellow Mimi. It’s a yellow, cherry tomato that we originally came across as a result of our membership with The National Vegetable Society. As part of our membership each year, the Society’s sponsors provide some free packets of seeds to members. A couple of years ago, the free seeds were Yellow Mimi.
As well as the peppers that we sowed last weekend, we also sowed a couple of Yellow Mimi tomatoes. Two for us, and two for Dad. Well by today, they’ve germinated! Therefore, we’ve taken them off the propagator and we’ll let them grow on until they’re ready to be pricked out.
We’ve still got a long way to go, but fingers crossed we’ll have some tomatoes as heavy cropping as the ones we grew last year and before long we’ll be picking tomatoes like the ones below again.