Pretty colours! I set up to save seeds from most of the tomato varieties I grew this year. They’ve each got annotation on size, flavour, and vine behavior (“disobedient”, “excessive suckers”)
Each tub has the ripest, spoiled on the vine where possible fruits, and they’re going to rot down into a soupy mess with a scum of mold on top, yay. I may not keep them in the house for that. Last time I was ferment-saving seeds I forgot about them in the camper and they were perfect. Excellent germination. I’m excited to have learned that tomatoes grow true (yay!), and I’m not daunted that tomatoes require the seeds to be fermented to breach the protective jelly coating they hold around their seeds. Easy!
What I am daunted by is the fruit flies. I didn’t realize I was setting up a fruit fly farm.
Another first successful grow:ground cherries! They’re so delicious, and look like pearly peach berries, in their little paper lanterns.