This Spring we are offering organic seedlings for your vegetable garden – 20 varieties of tomatoes, plus peppers, eggplant, and culinary herbs. To see our full list of seedling varieties and downloadable order form, click here. The deadline for pre-orders is May 10th. Plants will be ready for pick-up at the farm in late May. Get your orders in soon to ensure that we have the varieties you’re looking for!
We are especially excited to be offering a few Italian heirloom tomato varieties that are traditionally used for drying. We are growing these from seed brought back from Italy by our friend Debra. These tomatoes can be sun-dried, dehydrated, or hung to dry on the plants at the end of the season. They bear small, relative low-moisture fruit, which makes them particularly suitable for drying. They can also be eaten fresh! Here are the three we’re offering as seedlings this year: Principe Borghese (small red plum), Inverno a Grappoli (“winter grape”), and a yellow variety from Puglia called Ponderosa sel Oro.
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