Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Look What's Growing on East Street


This lone volunteer tomato plant is growing up through the sidewalk on East Street, right next to the tomato cannery. Ha!

I'm taking part in ABC Wednesday. This week is the letter "E" as in East Street.

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  1. It makes me smile that it's a volunteer by the tomato cannery. Thanks!

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    1. Your welcome. We got a kick out of seeing it there, too. :-)

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  2. Arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! Just remembered I have to water my tomato plants! Thanks for contributing - and the reminder!
    Denise ABC Team

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  3. Is it volunteering to be tomato paste?

    ROG, ABCW

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  4. That plant is a survivor with a sense of humour. It made me smile :)

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  5. I've never seen a wild tomato plant before - nice find!

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    1. Someone told us this afternoon that volunteer tomatoes were growing on their street. Lucky fellow.

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  6. I see one tiny little yellow flower! I picked a couple of huge red tomatoes from our vines today! Yummy!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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    1. Sweet! If I can remember, I'm going to go by in a week or so to see if any fruits have grown.

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  8. This tomato plant is a brave one.
    Thanks for your comment.
    Europe can never be a USE, because of all unique countries, which have histories from before 2000 years ago. We will never give up our own identity. The USA is a country of emigrants from other continents, mainly Europe.. Your indigenous people are the Indians.
    Have a great day!
    Wil, ABCW Team -

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    1. Until the 1960s, most immigrants to the U.S. had been from Europe. Our Since then, most people immigrated from Asian and Latin America countries. I don't know if it's still true that the majority of immigrants, over time, to the U.S. is from Europe. Something to look up.

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  9. That is pretty funny, love Roger's comment!! Wonder if these kind ever produce god fruit? Thanks for your visit to my blog.
    Ann

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  10. A few years ago, we had a tomato growing in the guttering of our house, so I'm not surprised to see one on the pavement!

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  11. That is funny! I love a plant with a 'tude!

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