So, I know you've all been lying awake at night wondering how my tomato plants are coming along. I suppose they are as good as can be expected for our first attempt. The tough part is watching them grow slowly and then coming home one night to find something has knocked all of your green tomatoes onto the ground. Not to be eaten, just knocked off. Fortunately, Husband saved the day by making some lovely green tomato pesto with mint and Thai basil - oops, I really should have documented that. . .
At any rate, the tomato we thought was a green zebra is now orange (and pictured above) - this is why we mark our gardens very carefully, children. It turns out many tomatoes appear to be green zebras when small. Husband now thinks this is the green zebra, but I'm choosing to keep an open mind. (at right)