|The last of the seedlings that sprouted in this tray before being transplanted to larger containers.|
|Transplanting seedlings to get them ready to plant and sell.|
|Sharpies fade but these painter pens do not.|
|Here's a peek inside our little greenhouse after the revamp.|
I started a whole tray of new tomato plants which I am hoping will be popular at the market in about a month. We should also have lots of eggplant and zucchini at that time too.
- Wapsinicon Peach - this is a small, fuzzy skinned, blush colored sweet, heirloom variety. Indeterminate.
- Indigo Rose - a small, almost black colored great flavored variety that is disease resistant. Indeterminate.
- Arbason - A hybrid that produces early beefsteak tomatoes that are medium large. Ranked high in trials for productivity and flavor. Indeterminate.
- Mountain Princess - An heirloom that produces sweet and delicious 3" tomatoes with a slightly orange color. Determinate.
- Medford - Produces very large, perfectly round tomatoes with a rich flavor. Good disease resistance. Determinate.
- Copia - A gorgeous yellow/orange with red pin stripes. Mild and juicy with very large tomatoes. Indeterminate.
- Brandywine - An heirloom with superb flavor. Commonly weighing in at over 1 lb. Reddish pink color and slightly ribbed. Indeterminate.
- Toronjina - A medium sized orange cherry tomato. Sweet and juicy. Indeterminate.
- Matt's Wild Cherry - Heavily-vining "wild" plants produce a multitude of incredibly sweet and flavorful small fruit. Works great in hanging baskets. Indeterminate.
- Rose de Berne - An heirloom with a dark rose pink hue, not too tart or sweet. Soft skinned but not fragile. Indeterminate.
|Gidget says, "You seem to be wasting a lot of time on tomatoes. Cats don't eat tomatoes."|
Gidget's mouth may not be watering but mine sure is. I can't wait for the first of the tomatoes.
Here's a peek at some of the other things we have growing on.
|We hope to have beautiful bunches of pretty carrots in a few months for the market|