Hanna’s Tomato Tastings 2011

I know, I know. I am a bad, bad, bad blogger. No posts for oh so long. And I do apologize. Life just seems to be interfering these days.

But it is that time of year! The tomatoes are ripe and the tastings must commence at once. And yes, it is late this year — but that, ladies and gentlemen, is not my fault. It was the darn rain. It came down in buckets in the spring and the plants went in late. When the plants go in late, the tomatoes ripen late and so here we are.

But, not to fear, I can a whole crop of yummy, tasty tomatoes ready to review. I promise, that no matter what, I will always post about my tastings. And the list for this year is:

And if you would like to peruse the previous year’s tastings, you can find them here:
Hanna’s Tomato Tastings 2006
Hanna’s Tomato Tastings 2007
Hanna’s Tomato Tastings 2008
Hanna’s Tomato Tastings 2009
Hanna’s Tomato Tastings 2010

7 thoughts on “Hanna’s Tomato Tastings 2011
  1. Hanna, I think the whole country went late! Mine are just starting to ripen. It’s my first year growing vegetables so you know how excited I am. I’ll read your critiques for all years and I’ll plan next year’s garden with input from your thoughts.


  2. I am envious of the variety of tomatoes that you have. They are one of my favorite veggies. Too bad we have had such a cool spring and summer, I don’t think my tomatoes will ripen until September, if that.



  3. Kristin on

    The only ones of mine that are ripe so far are the Violet Jasper, but the others are slowing trudging along! The Violet Jaspers are delicious and quite beautiful! Thanks again for the seedlings! 🙂


  4. Your reviews are wonderful. A real service to the gardening community. My tomatoes are quite late this year due to the late, cold spring. I would like to know where to get Violet Jasper. Thanks!


  5. Jessica on

    I’ve really enjoyed reading your ‘Tomato Tastings’ reviews. They have helped me narrow down my choices for this year and the next. Dare I hope you will have a 2012 section? I’m curious what varieties made it into your garden this season.


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