The storms are forcing us to move our tomato plants back inside on an almost daily basis. So, if you plan to come out for tomato plants and we have storms in the forecast, contact us ahead of coming out. If you know what varieties you want, we can put those in the farmstand for you. There is a complete list of varieties at the end of this post.
All of the peppers, eggplant and herb plants are still in the stand along with some succulent plants, pansies, asparagus and LOTS of eggs!
All of our transplants are grown in our organic soil in our organic greenhouse. Almost all of our plants are heirloom varieties. That means they will have a fabulous flavor! We do grow a few non-heirlooms (Sungold cherry tomatoes and our bell peppers). We are also growing several varieties of “container” tomatoes this year. Tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and some of the herbs are grown in biodegradable fiber pots.
We have bags of the same organic potting soil that we use available for sale in the stand. $8.00 per bag
Here is a list of what we will have available for sale:
Lunchbox, Round of Hungary, Jimmy Nardello, Sweet Sunrise and Islander
These are all sweet peppers. Our hot peppers had to be re planted due to their need for warmth and our super sold winter. We may have a few ready for sale by the end of May.
Rosita, Ping Tung, Little Fingers, Diamond, Pandora Striped and Prosperosa
Sweet basil, lemon basil, lime basil, dill, parsley, cilantro, chives,
lemon thyme and rosemary
Cherry and salad type
Sungold, Black Cherry, Pink Bumblebee, Sunrise Bumblebee,Sweetie, Golden Current, Tommy Toe, Piglet Willie, Mountain Magic, Sweet Cherriette
Mortgage Lifter, Manyel yellow, Nepal,Arkansas Traveler, Barns Mountain Yellow, Woodle Orange, German Pink, Moskovich, Marglobe, Blue beauty, True black brandywine, Big Rainbow, Gold medal, Copia, Manzana, Carbon, Raspberry Lyanna
Gendula, Cyril’s Choice, Amber, Urlansiky
Varieties in red are all good for container growing