Grandma Barb’s This and That

Friday, September 28, 2012

Pumpkins and Tomatoes

The other evening I went out to my friend's farm and came home with pumpkins and tomatoes.
Here is the cutie that raised them.








Linking to
Green Day #15

Have a great weekend!  Until next time

Barb

33 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

nice fall crop!

Kerin said...

Wow!
Those are some nice looking pumpkins, and tomatoes!
Love the picture of your farm-girl friend :)

Happy weekend!

Beth said...

The tomatoes and pumpkins look great. I would love a BLT right about now.

Deanna said...

Wow, the pumpkins are almost as big as the cutie. Love home-grown tomatoes, nothing taste better...enjoy!!

Jacquelineand.... said...

Caprese with homegrown tomatoes....yummmmmm.

Rose said...

How nice to come home with pumpkins AND tomatoes!

✿ chica said...

Ótima e linda colheita! beijos,chica

Nancy Claeys said...

That last photo is gorgeous Barb -- what a great pumpkin crop. :)

eileeninmd said...

Great looking pumpkins and the tomatoes look yummy. I guess it is time for the fall decorations. Wonderful photos, thanks for sharing.

My Little Home and Garden said...

Hi, Barb,

She is a cutie and the produce also looks wonderful. Isn't autumn fantastic!

-Karen

Tricia Hays said...

great bunch, there... lovin that last shot =)

Debbie said...

Farm fresh indeed.....I would love to grow a pumpkin patch!!!

Kathy said...

I can't imagine pumpkins and tomatoes being harvested at the same time! Living in a very warm climate, we harvest our tomatoes in late June/early July before the sun burns them up!

Prims By The Water said...

How cool is that red fence and love those pumpkins! Take care, Janice

Linda said...

I am looking to taking the youngest grandson to the pumpkin patch again this year - he had so much fun last time! Nice shots!

Tammy said...

She is a cutie, and it looks like a good farmer too :)

Donna said...

What an adorable cutie! I love Fall with all the wonderful colors.
The pumpkins and tomato pics are so pretty.
Love the red barn and the red fence in the previous posts also!
Hugs,
Donna

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Great pumpkins! Oh, to have the space to grow them!

JOY @ http://joysjotsshots.blogspot.com/ said...

How about some punkin pie and a BLT?
Hope you do enJOY some.

Lucinha said...

I liked the pumpkins! Nice photos!

marit´s,,, said...

So big beautiful tomatoes and pumpkins, autumn has so much good to offer.

Good weekend, Marit.

Carole M. said...

well done and I wonder if these pumpkins are grown especially for Halloween celebrations or are they tasty eating ones?

orchid said...

Hi, Dearest Barb.
Wow, you know our pumpkin is really small and green. I also wonder if these pumpkins are grown especially for Halloween celebrations or not. The big ones you have always amaze me and the girl raised them sure is lovely♡♡♡
I hope you are having wonderful weekend, my friend.
Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Virginia Jesus Fassarella said...

Meu Deus, que colheita farta de abóboras e tomates!
Como eu gosto de abóboras, essas parecem estar deliciosas.
Linda postagem.

Babs said...

Great looking crop of pumpkins, and the tomatoes look wonderful. Ours have almost finished...the vines have been there since April, so I guess they've exhausted themselves.
Have a great weekend,
Babs

Maple Lane said...

She is quite the farm girl! Lovely pumpkins and tomatoes.

EG CameraGirl said...

Nice to meet the person who grew the pumpkins and tomatoes. :)

Maria Luiza said...

Lindas as abóboras e os tomtes também! beijos!

Lisa said...

Are you going to carve any of your pumpkins?

Annmarie Pipa said...

how fun!!!

Little Dotty Bird said...

wooo! they are some big pumpkins...mine have never grown to that size! Love the display :)

BlueShell said...

Amazing photos...xoxo
BShell

Marie said...

Wow! That's one clever young lady! I love that you were able to get some great bounty from her harvest!