Remember this sweet little volunteer tomato that peeked out from under the oregano in my Grow Camp?
Here it was that day when I replanted it:
And here it is now! I’m so glad this plant decided to become a part of my deck garden this year:
This plant can be one of two possible cherry tomato plants I had last year – Sugar Sweetie or Tasty Treat. Whichever one it is I’m looking forward to the first harvest.
7 thoughts on “The Little Tomato That Could”
I love the resilience of tomato plants! 🙂
I don’t know where the feeling comes from, but volunteer plants are always so satisfying – maybe it’s the unexpected gift God gives us.
Nice looking plant! It will be a fun surprise to see what type of tomato it bears. I had several volunteer tomato plant pop up in my garden this year, probably 15 or 20, which was hilarious to me because I spent the late winter and early spring nursing along a bunch of tomato plants from seed. I left the strongest looking volunteers in the ground where they came up, so I have tomato plants scattered throughout the garden. Many of them look way better than the ones I grew myself! 🙂
My volunteer tomatoes always seem to do better than those I planted myself. Strange. Yours looks like it’s doing well. 🙂
It’s sweet and such a tough plant!
I love it when there are volunteer plants in my garden. You have a lovely blog…thanks for the follow.
Thank you! And, You’re welcome! 🙂