100 Words On: Why It's So Hard to Beat a Homegrown Tomato

There’s a reason why tomatoes are found in 85% of all gardens, topping the list of most popular homegrown produce: Biting into the fresh and juicy sweetness of a vine-ripened homegrown tomato is pure nirvana for the senses — a savory treat unmatched by anything else. With that in mind, it’s incredible that so many people continue to buy their tomatoes from a supermarket. After all, they’re not only ridiculously expensive, but also rather tasteless when compared to their homegrown cousins.

The bottom line: John Denver was right. There really are only two things money can’t buy: true love and homegrown tomatoes.

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