This no-name species passed to me from my family, AKA “my grand mother’s tomatoes” aren’t stopping at all: this is what I’ve gotten today, and I picked them two days ago last time. Small but tasting so great
This is a famous South of France variate from the Basque country, these are better known as Piments d’Espelette after the village that made them famous. You can’t call “Espelette” any peppers grown outside of this village though 🙂 Last year they were miserable in my garden, very low yield….
Tomatoes and tomatillos
(with a twist: added some green unripe tomatoes to the mix) The full recipe:
My family heirloom: my Grand Mother’s variety. The first ones are ready to pick! The best taste you can find in a tomato, very very good.
They grow very well in containers and suffer less from slugs. Soon will be making home-made Salsa Verde 🙂
Time for the seedlings to see the real sun:
Tomatoes, hot peppers, tomatillos
20 days later: