While things have been a little silent on the blogging front here, I’ve been busy behind the scenes making new products and scheduling events for the next year (check out my EVENTS page for a running list of upcoming shows). Some of my new products will include linen sprays, GRANOLA (vegan), and body powders. But that’s not why I’m here. I’m here to tell you that I finally narrowed down the tomato plants I hope to offer in a few months.
I started my pepper seeds about a week ago and plan to start my tomato seeds sometime in February. I just need to check back at my notes from last year to see when I started them as the timing worked out well. Since pepper seeds tend to be a little finicky for me, I won’t advertise them until I know that I have a good supply to sell.
Choosing my tomatoes for this year was difficult. I have a tomato obsession and want to try them all. But with two seasons of selling tomato plants under my belt, I’ve noticed a bit of a trend in what people around here tend to purchase. So I tried to find a good balance between what I like and what I think will do well at market.
Here are my picks:
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