The photos above were taken exactly one month apart: May 6 and June 6.
The tallest plant is now about 6’8″, which means that the plants have grown about 4 feet in a month. That’s 1.5″ each day. A Guinness record world record holder for tomatoes says the average rate for his plants is 1″ per day, so I think we’re doing pretty well.
Our first cherry tomatoes appeared about 3 weeks ago, so we’re hopeful that they’ll ripen up for us soon. Can you tell we’re looking forward to tomato season?