As you can see, the tomato plants were on their last legs so they were finally disposed of last weekend.
They've done so well this year, I picked the first fruits in July quite a while before we went on holiday on the 25th and the last have been plucked from the plants in November. From thirteen plants, seven cordon and six bush, I've had literally pounds and pounds of tomatoes, enough to keep ourselves, my mum and dad, friends and neighbours supplied all summer.
The last few tomatoes taken from the plants don't look quite so good as those I've usually been picking but I'm sure they'll ripen up and we'll get one last taste from this year's crop.
It's only a few months now until we'll be sowing the seeds for next year's plants.
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