Clarification of Tomato Plant Sale

April 29, 2010

I realize that my choice of words for pre-pre-orders and pre-orders was pretty crappy.  Here’s my attempt at correcting any misunderstandings.  There are two sales this year:

Buy a Seed to be Sown for You Sale
This is the pre-pre-order that closed on March 20th (yeah, dumb name but it was all I could think of at the time).  My thought was that people who really knew what they wanted early in the year could tell me and I would sow a seed for them that they could buy as a seedling later on.  These pre-ordered seeds would be sown at the same time as I normally sow seeds for my tomato plant sale (see next).

Buy a Seedling Sale
This is the pre-order that I had last year.  I’ve started about 50 different types of tomatoes (a lot of red-coloured tomatoes as well as cherries) and I have about 400 seedlings.  If you can believe it, I’ve scaled back from last year when I had 800 seedlings.  These seedlings will be available for purchase mid-May, after I’ve hardened them off.

Details of the Buy a Seedling Sale will be posted soon and people who are interested can email me with their selections for pick-up in mid-May.

In the meantime, here are my little seedlings in the garage:


2 Responses to “Clarification of Tomato Plant Sale”

  1. Gillian Says:

    Hi Kathy!

    We’re sooo excited for our tomato plants. We’re away for the long weekend but I can come pick them up the weekend before or the weekend after. Let me know what works for you. 🙂


  2. Janine Says:

    Hi Kathy!

    I was wondering if you could recommend the best type of basil, mint and thyme for using in food.

    — Janine

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