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Wonderful colours! I had a very poor year with tomatoes – not a single yellow one, and only a handful of red.
Thanks. It has been a tricky year. These were in a polytunnel that regularly reached 50 degrees. Daily watering was a struggle
Stunning colours – hope they taste as good as they look. This is the first year for ages I’ve been successful with tomatoes, and mine are outdoors (on the allotment). Lots of them, and really tasty. Almost makes up for all the stuff I didn’t get in or lost along the way….