Saturday, September 25, 2010

Sweet Pea Heirloom Tomatoes

I'm not exactly a good gardener.  My main problem is that I don't water the plants.  Sweet Pea Tomatoes don't seem to mind though.  They've done great all summer long.

We found these last year at the farmer's market and loved them so much we bought a plant again this year.

The tomatoes are literally the size of a pea and grow in bunches.  It seems like any time we went outside there were tiny ripe tomatoes ready to be eaten.  Lucy loves to go pick and eat whatever ripe ones she can find.  They are sweet and taste delicious on a salad (although they rarely make it inside for that).

If you can find one, I highly recommend getting a Sweet Pea Tomato plant. the spring.  I know, its totally the wrong season to be telling you about my tomato plant.  I told you I wasn't a gardener.


  1. Mmm..those sounds great. I'm not a huge tomato fan because I have this weird thing with something squirting into my mouth. But the little ones like these sounds great! My girls would love them too. I'll check them out for next year! :) Thanks!

  2. Maybe we can try those in our hydroponic garden. :)