WHO
This is my third year growing tomatoes for sale.  I’ve been gardening in my small urban garden for six years and expanded to a large country garden two years ago.  I love growing tomatoes and seeing all the different shapes, sizes and tasting the amazing range of flavours.

WHAT
All plants are grown from reliable seed sources, specifically the USA (Seed Saver’s Exchange, Tomato Grower’s Supply, Johnny’s Selected Seeds, Wild Boar Farms) and Canada (Tatiana’s TOMATObase and Casey’s Heirloom Tomatoes) as well as a couple from seed trades on Tomatoville (www.tomatoville.com). All tomatoes will be started indoors late March in my living room using heating mats and organic starter mix, potting soil and liquid fish emulsion.

Plants are $3.50 each or three for $10.

WHEN
Plants will be ready for pick-up in early to mid-May.

WHERE
I am located in Kemptville, ON.

Please EMAIL ME if you have any questions about the tomatoes or pick-up. Thanks for stopping by!

Kathy

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • I do not ship plants.  Pick-up only.
  • Pre-orders will be taken until March 20, 2010.
  • After the pre-order date, the number of plants per variety will vary and be limited.

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AMISH PASTE
red
plum
Mid
season, 75 – 85 days, 8 – 12 oz.
Good yield of plum-shaped red fruit with good flavour.  Meaty and juicy.  A family heirloom tomato originating from Wisconsin. Indeterminate with wispy foliage.

ANDREW RAHART’S JUMBO RED
red
beefsteak
Late
season, 90 – 95 days, 12 – 16 oz.
A family heirloom of unknown origins.  Quite high yields for a large tomato.  Intensely red fruit with flesh that has a rich, deep taste. Indeterminate.

ANNA RUSSIAN
pink
heart
Mid
season, 75 – 80 days, up to 1 lb.
Heart-shaped fruit with an excellent, sweet and juicy taste with high yields for such an early heart-shaped tomato.  A family heirloom originally from a Russian immigrant in the 1980s who received them from his family in Russia. Indeterminate, sparse and wispy vines with finely cut, regular-leaf foliage.

AUNT GERTIE’S GOLD
yellow
beefsteak
Late
season, 80 – 90 days, 8 – 16 oz.
Fruit turns deep golden when ripe with good yields. Taste is superb, rich, not overly sweet and juicy.  A Virginia heirloom. Indeterminate, potato-leaf vine.

AUNT GINNY’S PURPLE
pink
beefsteak
Mid
season, 75 – 85 days, 12 – 16 oz.
A family heirloom originating from Germany.  Fruit has a rich, slightly sweet taste with moderate yields.  Skin is mostly smooth with very little cracking. Vigorous, potato-leaf, indeterminate.

AUSTIN’S RED PEAR
red
pear
Mid
season, 80 days, under 1 oz.
Extra large 2″ red pear-shaped tomatoes with excellent flavour.  Extremely productive.  Great for salads, fresh eating or canning whole. Indeterminate

AZOYCHKA
yellow
globe
Mid
season, 70 – 80 days, 6 – 8 oz.
Bright golden yellow, round to slightly fattened juicy fruit has a tangy, fruity flavour.  A meaty Russian heirloom. Indeterminate vigorous vines with regular-leaf foliage.

BEAM’S YELLOW PEAR
yellow
pear
Mid
season, 70 – 80 days, under 1 oz.
Seed Saver Exchange’s favourite yellow pear tomato.  Continuous harvest of 1 – 2″ fruit with great taste.  Fruit rarely crack or split.  Does well under almost any conditions.  Ideal for salad. Vigorous, indeterminate vines.

BLACK CHERRY
black
cherry
Mid
season, 65 – 75 days, 1 oz.
Very good production of large dusky purple black cherry fruits.  Excellent sweet and tangy flavour.  Developed by the owners of Tomato Growers Supply Company from a natural cross in 2003. Indeterminate on 7′ tall vines with regular-leaf foliage.

BLACK FROM TULA
black
beefsteak
Mid
season, 80 – 85 days, 10 – 12 oz.
A robust, dark-reddish, black tomato with green shoulders on dark brownish-red flesh.  Fruit is flattened and grow to 3″ – 5″ in diameter.  A rich, sweet tomato with moderate yields.  A Ukrainian family heirloom imported from Russia. Indeterminate, vigorous vines have heavy regular-leaf foliage and are 4′ – 6′ tall.

BLACK KRIM
black
beefsteak
Mid
season, 70 – 90 days, 6 – 10 oz.
Rich, sweet, full flavour with a smoky edge.  Fruit are slightly flattened in 4″ – 6″ diameter with dark greenish-black shoulders that can turn almost black with enough heat and sun. Russian heirloom named for the Island of Krim in the Black Sea. Vigorous, indeterminate vines with regular-leaf foliage.

BLACK PLUM
black
plum
Mid
season, 80 days, 2 oz.
Deep mahogany to brown pear-shaped fruit are sweet and meaty, excellent for sauces.  High yields with very little cracking.  Dark, rich color for sauce.  Originates from Russia. Indeterminate vines are 6′ tall and produce a steady crop. Regular-leaf foliage.

BLACK ZEBRA
striped bicolor
globe
Mid
season, 75 – 80 days, 3 – 4 oz.
Black and green striped round fruit with good flavour.  Developed in California from a natural cross of Green Zebra. Indeterminate regular-leaf foliage.

BRANDYWINE CHERRY
pink
cherry
Mid
season, 85 days, 1 – 2 oz.
Dark pink, large, oblate cherries in clusters of 5 – 6 per truss.  Very productive and beautiful fruit with a smooth texture and mild flavour that improves as the season goes on.  Many seeds per fruit.  A genetic fluke from a Brandywine. Indeterminate potato-leafed vine.

BRANDYWINE, PINK (SUDDUTH’S STRAIN)
pink
beefsteak
Late
season, 85 – 95 days, 1 – 2 lb.
Very good flavour with low to moderate yields.  A family heirloom with a delicious, pleasantly sweet taste. Collected in 1980 by Ben Quisenberry from Doris Sudduth Hill of Tennessee whose family had grown it for nearly a century. Indeterminate, vigorous, potato-leaf vine.

BRANDYWINE, YELLOW (PLATFOOT’S STRAIN)
yellow
beefsteak
Late
season, 85 – 90 days, 1 – 2 lb.
This strain of Yellow Brandywine comes from Gary Platfoot of Ohio with main improvements being increased yield and smoother shape.  Deep-golden yellow fruit has a rich, complex taste that is not too sweet. Vigorous, indeterminate, potato-leaf vines.

BURBANK (new for 2010)
red
globe
Mid
season, 70 – 75 days, 5 – 7 oz.
A classic taste that is acidic yet sweet.  Stocky 18 – 36″ bushes yield well and do not need trellising.  Developed by famous horticulturalist, Luther Burbank, in 1914 and created for canning. DETERMINATE.

CHAPMAN
red
beefsteak
Mid
season, 80 days, 1 – 2 lb.
Beautiful deep red fruit is quite large with dense, meaty flesh and excellent flavour.  Prolific yields for such a large tomato. Compact indeterminate vines.

CHEROKEE PURPLE
black
beefsteak
Mid
season, 85 days, 8 – 16 oz.
Medium-sized plant produces medium to large smooth fruit, dark pink with greenish shoulders.  Outstanding flavour for an earlier beefsteak.  A family heirloom from Tennessee originally from Cherokee Indians. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

COSMONAUT VOLKOV (new for 2010)
red irregular
Mid
season, 80 days, 4 – 9 oz.
Medium-sized fruit grows in clusters of 4 – 6.  Fruit is irregular shaped, from flattened to slightly oblong.  Very productive with good flavour.  A Ukrainian variety named after Vladislav Volkov, a Russian cosmonaut who was killed during the landing of the Russian spaceship, Soyuz 11, along with other crew members.  Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

CRNKOVIC YUGOSLAVIAN
pink
beefsteak
Mid
season, 80 – 90 days, 1 – 2 lb.
A family heirloom brought to the US by Yasha Crnkovic, a colleague of Seed Saver Exchange member, Carolyn Male.  High yields for such a large tomato with perfect shoulders that almost never crack. Fruit has a very deep, rich and sweet taste that has full tomato flavour. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

CUOSTRALEE
red
beefsteak
Mid
season, 80 – 85 days, 1 – 2 lb.
A red beefsteak with slight ribbing at the shoulders.  Very high yields of 4”-diameter fruit with strong and intense taste with a classic tomato flavour.  A family heirloom from France. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

EARL OF EDGECOMBE
orange
globe
Mid
season, 80 days, 6 – 10 oz.
A New Zealand family heirloom. After the death of the 6th Earl of Edgecombe in the 1960s, the heir to the title was a sheep-farming relative in New Zealand who brought this seed to England and gave it to the Henry Doubleday Foundation. High yields of rich, sweet, tart fruit. Compact, vigorous, indeterminate vines with regular-leaf foliage.

EARL’S FAUX
pink
beefsteak
Mid
season, 80 – 85 days, 1 – 1.5 lb.
Discovered in early 2000s as a potato-leaf variety in a regular-leaf Red Brandywine seed trade.  Fruit has an excellent taste that is both sweet and complex with good yield.  Winner of many tomato-tasting contests. Indeterminate, vigorous, potato-leaf vine.

EVA PURPLE BALL
pink
globe
Mid
season, 70 – 80 days, 4 – 5 oz.
An all-purpose family heirloom with medium, smooth, uniform, pink/purple fruit that is blemish-free, juicy and sweet.  Brought to the USA from Germany’s Black Forest region in the late 1800s. Indeterminate vine. Regular-leaf foliage.

EVAN’S PURPLE PEAR
black
pear
Mid
season, 70 – 80 days, 2 – 3 oz.
A large cherry, pear-shaped dark purple tomato with green shoulders.  Solid flesh with a sweet, rich flavour.  Grows in clusters.  Came from a row of Cherokee Purple in 2000 at Wild Boar Farms and was a favourite of the breeder’s son, Evan. Indeterminate vigorous potato-leaf vine.

GARDEN PEACH (new for 2010)
yellow globe
Mid
season, 70 – 80 days, 2 oz.
Good production of small, golf ball-sized fruit with a slight fuzz to their skin.  Good mild flavour and a good keeper (can keep up to several months).  One of the oldest heirloom tomatoes from the Andes, from the 1600s. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

GERMAN HEAD
pink
beefsteak
Mid
season, 80 days, 6 – 8 oz.
A dark pink family heirloom beefsteak originating from Germany.  Taste is smooth and not too sweet with old-time tomato flavour. Indeterminate, regular-leaf vigorous vines.

GERMAN RED STRAWBERRY (new for 2010)
red heart
Mid
season, 75 – 85 days, 8 – 12 oz.
Large red heart-shaped fruit is meaty and juicy and has an excellent flavour. Good balanced tomato taste.  Good yield.  A family heirloom of German origin from Marjorie Morris in Indiana. Indeterminate, wispy vines with regular-leaf foliage.

GIANNINI (new for 2010)
red plum
Mid
season, 75 – 85 days, 5 – 6 oz.
Fruit is too juicy to be a paste tomato, despite its shape.  Some fruit may have yellow shoulders.  Taste is excellent, sweet and balanced.  A very nice slicer tomato that can be used to make tomato juice.  Italian origin. Indeterminate, regular-leaf, wispy foliage.

GIANT BELGIUM
pink
beefsteak
Late
season, 90 days, 2 lbs.
Developed in Ohio, fruit is dark pink with solid meat and smooth blossom ends.  Averages 2 lbs. but can grow up to 5 lbs. Delicious, sweet flavour. Indeterminate.

GOGOSHA (new for 2010)
pink beefsteak
Late
season, 80 – 85 days, 9 – 16 oz.
Large, meaty, juicy fruit has outstanding flavour and few seeds.  A family heirloom from the Ukraine.  Given to Carolyn Male from her student, Tanya Gogosha, who brought it from her family from the Tarnipal region of the Ukraine. Indeterminate, potato-leaf vine.

GOLD RUSH CURRANT
orange
currant
Mid
season, 75 – 80 days, under 1 oz.
This strain was a selection by a Dutch seeds man, chosen for its manageable growth habit and excellent heavy set of 1/4″ fruit borne in trusses of 10 – 12. Plants do not drop fruit.  Excellent tomato flavour. Indeterminate.

GREEN DOCTORS
green
cherry
Mid
season, 80 days, under 1 oz.
Green fruit that grows in clusters of  6 – 10 that turns yellowish when fully ripe.  Moderate yield.  A sport of the variety, Dr. Carolyn, and named by Victor Schrager after a trout fly and in honour of Drs. Carolyn Male and Amy Goldman, who discovered this tomato. Indeterminate regular-leaf.

GREEN GIANT
green
beefsteak
Late
season, 85 – 90 days, 12 – 18 oz.
Good yield and outstanding flavour: sweet, juicy, rich, complex.  Fruit are ripe when they turn chartreuse green and soften slightly, i.e., must be picked by feel.  From Reinhard Kraft in Neukirchen, Germany. Vigorous, indeterminate, potato-leaf vines.

GREEN ZEBRA
striped bicolor
globe
Mid
season, 75 – 80 days, 2 – 3 oz.
Yellow to yellowish-green round, small fruit have dark-green vertical stripes with a zippy, mildly sweet flavour.  Moderate yields.  Introduced in 1985 by Tom Wagner. Vigorous, compact indeterminate plant. Regular-leaf foliage.

HALEY’S PURPLE COMET
black
cherry
Mid
season, 70 – 80 days, 1 – 2 oz.
A large and round cherry dark purple tomato with green shoulders.  Very good early and improving greatly towards the end of the season.  Thought to be a cross of Cherokee Purple.  From Wild Boar Farms. Indeterminate.

JAUNE FLAMMÉE
orange
cherry
Mid
season, 60 – 75 days, 2 – 3 oz.
Large cherry, tangy fruit with a kick develops a reddish blush on the blossom end when fully ripe.  Excellent high yields.  A family heirloom from France meaning “fiery yellow”. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

JD’S SPECIAL C-TEX (new for 2010)
black beefsteak
Mid
season, 80 days, 8 – 14 oz.
Pale purple/black flattened fruit with excellent, rich flavour, similar to Cherokee Purple.  Interior is solid and meaty with a rich dark red/brown colour.  Thought to be selected from a Brandywine and unknown black cross.  Stabilized by the late JD Whitaker in Conroe, Texas.  Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

JOSEFINA (new for 2010)
red cherry
Mid
season, 60 – 75 days, under 1 oz.
Medium-large red cherry fruit are intensely sweet and gets even sweeter in fall as weather cools.  Firm-fleshed fruit keeps well on the vine and may crack in wet weather.  A Spanish variety. Vigorous, indeterminate, regular-leaf vines.

JULIET, F1
red
plum
Mid
season, 60 days, 1 oz.
A HYBRID.  High yields of glossy-red, grape-shaped tomatoes that are very sweet and grow in clusters.  Stays on the vine and is crack resistant. Indeterminate, regular-leaf.

KBX
orange
beefsteak
Mid
season, 75 – 85 days, 8 – 16 oz.
Bright orange fruit has a creamy texture and some ribbing.  Excellent flavour with medium yield. A.K.A. Kellog’s Breakfast Potato Leaf.  A potato-leaf version of Kellog’s Breakfast that appeared in Martha Hufford’s garden in southeast Virginia. Indeterminate, potato-leaf vine.

LILLIAN’S YELLOW HEIRLOOM
yellow
beefsteak
Late
season, 90 days, 1 lb.
A unique pale yellow beefsteak with moderate yields that take a while to ripen. Very meaty fruit have few seeds and a citrusy, sweet, rich taste.  A family heirloom from the USA. Indeterminate, vigorous vine that is potato-leafed (not often found in large yellow varieties).

MARIANNA’S PEACE
pink
beefsteak
Mid
season, 80 – 85 days, 1 – 2 lb.
Dense, creamy, sweet flesh with rich complex, old tomato-ey flavors.  A good balance of acidity and sweetness.  Shoulders of fruit should be rounded, not fluted.  A family heirloom from the 1900s, brought to the USA during WWII from Bohemia Czechoslovakia. Indeterminate, vigorous, potato-leaf vine.

MARTINO’S ROMA
red
plum
Mid
season, 90 days, 2 oz.
High yields of red pear-shaped fruit that have a pleasant, not intense, typical paste taste.  Ripe fruit tends to fall from the vine.  A family heirloom from Italy. A DETERMINATE vine with vigorous, rugose-leaf foliage.

MATT’S WILD CHERRY (new for 2010)
red cherry
Mid
season, 60 – 70 days, under 1 oz.
Very high yield of small, red fruit that is hard to detach from stem.  Originated from Mexico where it grows wild.  Readily self-seeds to provide volunteers for next year. Indeterminate, vigorous regular-leaf vine.

MEXICO MIDGET
red
cherry
Mid
season, 60 – 70 days, 1 oz.
Discovered by a truck driver while driving in Mexico, claiming it grew wild there.  A highly-branched plant with small leaves that produces a very large crop of seedy, round, red fruit that has a burst of sweet flavour.  Steady producer until first fall frost. Indeterminate, vigorous vines with regular-leaf foliage.

MOMOTARO
pink
globe
Mid
season, 75 – 80 days, 6 – 8 oz.
This is the most popular tomato in Japan where gardeners prefer tomatoes pink and sweetly flavoured. HYBRID plants produce abundant crops of round, smooth tomatoes.  Their taste is intensely rich and sweet with just the right amount of acid. Seeds are not true to type.  Indeterminate. Regular-leaf foliage.

NEVES AZOREAN RED
red
beefsteak
Mid
season, 75 – 85 days, 10 – 16 lb.
Good yield of fruit that has a very good, rich flavour. Developed by Anthony Neves from Massachusetts who had brought the seeds from the Azores where he had been selecting for larger size.  Large fruit has a very rich flavour. Indeterminate, vigorous vines with regular-leaf foliage.

OPALKA
red
plum
Mid
season, 80 – 85 days, 6 – 8 oz.
A family heirloom from Poland, which was brought to Amsterdam, NY in the 1900s by the Opalka family. High yields of red, elongated fruits resemble red peppers and have an excellent, very pleasing, mildly sweet taste.  Can be eaten fresh as well as used for sauce. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

PAUL ROBESON
black
beefsteak
Mid
season, 75 days, 8 – 12 oz.
A Russian heirloom in honour of the 1937 black opera singer star in King Soloman’s Mines who was also an advocate for equal rights and very popular in the former Soviet Union.  Medium-size fruit has a complex, sweet yet tangy and rich flavour.  Fair yields that are free of most blemishes and cracking. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

PRIZE OF THE TRIALS
orange
cherry
Mid
season, 75 – 80 days, 1 – 2 oz.
Small orange cherry type, good production of heavy clusters of 6 – 8 fruits. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

PRUE (new for 2010)
red heart
Mid
season, 69 – 80 days, 4 – 12 oz.
High yields of elongated plum- or heart-shaped fruit.  Outstanding flavour, very few seeds, a great variety.  From a Mr. Prue in MA who was born around 1900 and had been growing these tomatoes in the 1940s or earlier. Indeterminate, wispy vines with regular-leaf foliage.

PURPLE RUSSIAN
black
plum
Mid
season, 80 days, 4 – 8 oz.
Brownish-pink fruit has green shoulders and good flavour.  High yields.  Too juicy to be a plum variety despite its shape.  An heirloom variety from Irma Henkel in the Ukraine. Indeterminate, wispy vines with regular-leaf foliage.

RED BOAR
striped bicolor
globe
Mid
season, 70 – 80 days, 2 – 3 oz.
Fruit is bright red with golden stripes when ripe.  Very aggressive grower and yielder.  Developed by Wild Boar Farms. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

RED BRANDYWINE
red
globe
Mid
season, 80 days, 8 – 12 oz.
Very good flavour and high yield.  A family heirloom with an intense, deep, rich, slightly sweet taste. Indeterminate vigorous vines with regular-leaf foliage.

RED PENNA (new for 2010)
red beefsteak
Mid
season, 80 – 85 days, 12 – 18 oz.
Bright red fruit with old-fashioned tomato flavour and dense and meaty flesh.  Good yields.  A family heirloom from the US. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

RED ZEBRA
striped bicolor
globe
Mid
season, 75 – 80 days, 6 – 8 oz.
Fire engine red fruit are covered with bright yellow stripes. Very productive. Sweet and flavorful.  Selected from an off-type Green Zebra in the 1990s. Indeterminate.

RIESENTRAUBE (new for 2010)
red cherry
Mid
season, 80 days, under 1 oz.
The name of this heirloom variety from Germany means “giant bunch of grapes.” These excellent flavored cherries are borne in bunches of 20-35 small, oval, red fruits with pointed ends. Indeterminate.

ROPRECO PASTE (new for 2010)
red pear
Mid
season, 75 – 85 days, 1 – 2 oz.
A meaty tomato, long renowned for savory sauces and pastes. Compact, determinate vines are disease resistant. A great short season variety. DETERMINATE.

SARA’S GALAPAGOS (new for 2010)
red cherry
Mid
season, 70 – 80 days, under 1 oz.
Foliage looks like both a regular and potato leaf.  Flowers have exerted stigmas and can cross easily with other tomatoes if not bagged.  Medium to high yields of small, dark red cherries with outstanding sweet flavour.  Brought back from the Galapagos Islands by Amy Goldman where she traveled with her daughter, Sara.  Thought to be a stable inter-species cross and not a true currant tomato. Vigorous, indeterminate, mixed-leaf vines.

SIOUX
red
globe
Mid
season, 70 – 75 days, 3 – 6 oz.
Released by the University of Nebraska, fruit has an excellent, sweet yet tangy, rich and complex flavour and reliably large harvests even in hot weather. Indeterminate, regular-leaf foliage.

SNOW WHITE (new for 2010)
white cherry
Mid
season, 75 days, under 1 oz.
Ivory-coloured fruit ripens to a pale yellow colour.  Fruit is about 1″ in diameter with a mild, sweet, fruity flavour on very vigorous vines. Indeterminate, vigorous vines with regular-leaf foliage.

SOLDACKI
pink
beefsteak
Mid
season, 80 – 90 days, over 1 lb.
High yields of dark pink beefsteaks.  Fruit has an intense taste that is both sweet and tart.  A Polish family heirloom from Krakow, Poland, brought to the Cleveland, Ohio when the family immigrated around 1900. Vigorous indeterminate, potato-leaf vine.

STICK (CURL/LOCKE)
red
globe
Mid
season, 65 days, 1 – 3 oz.
Produces tomatoes as large as golf balls on a very narrow plant.  Originates from Texas. Indeterminate.

STUMP OF THE WORLD
pink
beefsteak
Late
season, 80 – 85 days, 1 lb.
Introduced by Ben Quisenberry of Ohio and thought to be named after a biblical reference.  Dark pink fruit is smaller and more productive than Brandywine and offers similar excellent, rich, complex flavours. Indeterminate, potato-leaf vine. Indeterminate.

STUPICE
red
globe
Early
season, 55 – 60 days, 3 – 4 oz.
Pronounced “stoo-PEACH-ka”.  One of the four original Czechoslovakian varieties sent to the US by Milan Sodomka.  Deep-red globes have a full flavour and balanced taste.  Very hardy, extremely early.  Heavy yields all season. Compact, indeterminate, potato-leaf.

SUN GOLD F1
orange
cherry
Late
season, 95 days, under 1 oz.
A HYBRID, i.e., seeds are not true to type.  Attractive, golden-orange fruit has a very high sugar content.  Ideal for children.  Resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus and Fusarium. Indeterminate, vigorous vine with regular-leaf foliage.

SWEET PEA CURRANT
red
currant
Mid
season, 75 – 80 days, under 1 oz.
Hundreds of fruit per plant borne on trusses of 10 – 12 that do not drop off the vine.  Excellent tomato flavour. Indeterminate.

TOMMY TOE
red
cherry
Mid
season, 70 – 80 days, 1 – 2 oz.
An heirloom from the Ozark Mountains, which is also very popular in Australia where it won several taste contests.  A great taste with the right amount of sweetness.  Sets 12 – 16 one-inch diameter fruit per truss. Indeterminate.

4 Responses to “2010 Tomato Sale”


  1. [...] my list of tomato varieties that I’ll be offering for sale this year.  You can see the list here or on the right side [...]

  2. Arlene Harrold Says:

    Hi Kathy
    WOW, I just found your website today! It’s terrific. I realize that your order date is long past but still hoping I can pick up three plants to supplement my garden.

    If you have them, I’d like
    1. black zebra
    2. black Drim
    3. black plum

    I look forward to hearing from you with details! Thanks for having such a great site!

    • Kathy Says:

      Hi Arlene,

      I know I have seedlings of Black Krim and Black Plum, however, I didn’t start any Black Zebra. I found the seedlings last year to be too wispy and, since no one asked for them, I didn’t start them. I’ll let you know about numbers for the other two.

      Thanks!

  3. Elizabeth Says:

    Kathy,
    I love your website. I’m interested in your 2010 plant sale. I understand that your not taking orders. Please email me back if you have any tomato plants available.I’m looking for 6
    Also how did your herb experiment go?
    Thank-you.
    Elizabeth Ottawa


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