Little Or Big : Grow It Natural!


Organic Pineapple Tomato from Natures Crossroads


I'm super proud to announce that this is the first of my completely grown GREEN tomatoes! These seeds were sent to me from Natures Crossroads out of Indiana in early spring. The seeds were started in my greenhouse which was maintained completely green and then transplanted to my Veggie Garden which was fertilized by Haven Brand Brewing Teas. The color on these Pineapple Tomatoes is just gorgeous and look how big!

Juicy and hearty - perfect for any sandwich!



This is a tomato I will for sure grow again in my garden in the years to come. Are you curious to what I did with the one I shared a photo of above? A sliced open treat like that doesn't last too long on my counter top. After the kids enjoyed a bite there was one slice left for my sandwich. It was surly enough - just look how thick that hearty fruit is. YUMMO!!!!

My Traditional Veggie Garden

These days in August have been extremely hot and humid. Just about the only thing enjoying these temperatures are the veggies I have growing out in the garden. In the video below I do a quick share from my traditional veggie garden to show you what you can accomplish in a little or big space.

What do you have growing in your garden this time of year?

10 thoughts on “Little Or Big : Grow It Natural!

  1. Another great share, Bren. I am just about to get my first red tomatoes, yippee! We are behind you in harvest times, thats for sure.

  2. Healthy eating has really been good for my family. It’s very satisfying to grow and then prepare your own food.

    • I love the layout of your Veggie page Henrietta! My I suggest adding some images of your veggies?! Thank you for stopping by my page and I totally agree what a rewarding experience it is to grow your own food for the family!

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  4. Oh wow, that tomato looks so amazing! It must have been so delicious.

    • It was a delicious and looks like we will be enjoying them for a while because I am counting at least 10 more on this ONE plant. That Organic tea is AMAZING – I’m telling you!!! The tomato tasted HEARTY and SWEET – no after taste. It was more like eating a fruit then a tomato. I want to use this in a sweet salsa / relish. I will have to play around soon in the kitchen with some ideas to share with you all. Thanks for the comment my BIG CITY friend! ;-)

  5. Yum that looks like a tasty mater. Love the color of its’ interior. Let’s see I’m growing Roma, Husky Cherry, Celebrity and Better Bush tomatoes, Cukes, Crookneck Squash, Purple podded beans, Green Bell peppers and Sweet Banana peppers. :)

  6. Beautiful tomato. Makes me yearn for the hillbilly tomatoes I had last year. Couldn’t find any seed this season.

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