Get the Results You Want With No Effort!

Two Italian Tomato PlantsNO EFFORT!!! Did I catch your attention? I bet I did… I would also guess that you think this is a diet gimmick. Am I right? Guess what? It is about diet but not about losing weight. It’s about getting the right nutrients in order to stay healthy. What better way to get vitamins than from Two Italian Tree Tomatoes from Rush Industries. Two Italian Tree Tomatoes contain lycopene, which is one of nature’s most powerful antioxidants. Lycopene is beneficial to fight different kind of diseases, most of all cancer. Tomatoes also contain fiber which prevents diabetes, asthma, colon cancer, and lowers the amount of cholesterol from the body. Tomatoes contain vitamin C and A, which fights aging, soothes skin and hair. It also contains vitamin K which helps build bones.

Enough about vitamins let’s discuss “No Effort”. I am definitely not known for my green thumb. In fact, I am embarrassed to say I have killed cacti. Last year on mother’s day, one of my children bought me Two Italian Tree Tomatoes and convinced me to try my hand at gardening, yet again. He promised me that they were easy to grow and required no trimming, no pruning and no effort. He told me his girlfriend’s mother had planted them and they produced over 50 pounds of tomatoes. Although I was a bit skeptical to say the least, I gave it a try. I did not believe that it truly required “no effort”. I am a very busy woman, who works, runs a household and never has a moment to herself. I am sure many of my female readers can relate to that.

Amazingly, we had the most delicious tomatoes last year and we are contemplating starting a tomato sauce business. We have a secret family recipe passed down from my great, great grandmother. My children have been asking me for years to package it and sell it. The problem has always been the tomatoes were never quite right. Well, these are the perfect tomatoes! They are mouth, watering delicious. I have never tasted a tomato like it in the United States. When I taste them, it reminds me so much of Italy, one of my favorite places to visit.

I still can’t believe I got the results I wanted with no effort! I am quite proud of myself. You may be seeing my name very soon on grocery shelves, so keep your eyes open. I may even send my readers free samples….. Good idea? Let me know what you think!

Discover How To Grow Italian Tomato Plants

Spring is in the air. In NY week we had frigid temperatures two weeks ago and last week it was in the 50s. Unfortunately, it is cold again this week but with the smell of spring around the corner, planting catalogs have begun to arrive in the mail. One that caught my eye this week was for Italian Tomato Plants. For over a month now, I haven’t been able to find a decent tomato at the supermarket. The tomatoes in the picture look so yummy, I can almost taste them. I discovered that I can start planting my Italian Tomato Plants inside and when the weather gets warmer, I can either move them outdoors or simply keep them in the house. I love cooking and I use tomatoes in so many different ways. One of my family’s favorite dishes is my Tomato, Basil Soup. Don’t bother asking me for my recipe though, it is a family secret that was passed down from my great grandmother and we have all been sworn to secrecy. Sorry about that! Feel free to share your recipes with me and I will be happy to pass along some other recipes that are quite delicious. I’ve been told I’m an excellent cook and I’m happy to share any of my other recipes!