Photo of the Day!

I have been trying to figure out what this is for what feels like an eternity. I started planting tomatoes and bell peppers this March in tiny indoor seed starters. They never really grew. On a sunny day, I took the seedlings out into the sun and they died within a few hours which caused me to had to start over. By May, I had new seedlings again and since the weather was getting warmer, I began taking them out for a few hours at a time. One day, I decided to leave them out for almost twelve hours while I went to work. When I got home, most of them were dead.

Quickly, I planted them into the ground and hoped they’d survive in the fertile soil. Of the twelve plants I transplanted into the ground, only two survived and thrived. I’ve always thought these are the peppers because they’ve always seemed stronger than the tomato plants. However, this past weekend, when I went out to look, I saw tiny tomatoes sprouting from the tiny yellow flowers. So that answers my question.

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Technical Details

Sony NEX-5T (f/6.3, 50 mm, ISO-100, 1/250 sec)

3 thoughts on “Photo of the Day!

  1. I’ve had bad luck with tomatoes, One plant grew into a giant tree and never produced a single flower ot tomato. Sounds like yours need more water. Try less sun and when you dig the hole, fill it with water before putting the plant in. And water it before you go to work, and when you get home. When you move them, they go into shock. Just because they’re wilted, they might not be dead.

    I am now following you on Instagram!

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    • Wow, that’s not good. I have no experience planting anything. Most of the stuff I plant dies. I simply don’t know how to take care of plants.
      I gave the wilted plants a lot of water and eventually, they disappeared.
      Thank you for the follow. 🙂


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