Heirloom Vegetable Seeds by Heather Stone What’s your favorite tomato? All true tomato lovers and growers have a few tomato varieties that they just couldn’t imagine not growing and always recommend to their friends and fellow gardeners. One popular heirloom tomato variety that continues to be a favorite among many and consistently wins taste tests […]
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Supporting Tomatoes by Heather Stone The ways in which to support tomatoes are as varied as the gardeners who grow them. Staking your tomatoes is important for many reasons. Keeping your plants upright and off the ground helps keep not only insects and critters at bay but can prevent many tomato diseases as well. Click […]
by Sam Doll Nothing is better in mid to late summer than the taste of a garden-fresh tomato. However, it takes a lot of hard work and care to help your tomatoes survive their perilous journey from seed to fruit. Here are nine common tomato diseases and what you need to do to treat them. […]
Yellow Window Box Cherry Tomato is perfect for patio containers, this compact bush tomato reaches a height of only 12″ and produces an abundance of flavorful, bright-yellow cherry tomatoes. Plant this tomato in pots or as a border plant.
Gardening Tips by Sandy Swegel First Frost is fast approaching and we’ll be reaching for our green tomatoes recipes when all those green tomatoes are hogging our countertops. No matter how clever, green tomatoes aren’t as wonderful as red tomatoes. So act now to get those green tomatoes to turn red on the vine. Now […]
Tips for Gardening in the Heat by Sandy Swegel My neighbor is panicking and frantically watering all her plants and trees that have droopy wilting leaves. The leaves weren’t getting any better and she feared there was some horrid disease killing everything. But there isn’t some disease…the plants are just stressed by our heat wave […]
Heirloom Vegetable Seeds by Sandy Swegel If you don’t already have your tomatoes growing….this is The Day. April 1st is my official day to start my tomatoes indoors. I’m in Zone 5 and last frost is six weeks away. You may start yours earlier if you live in a warmer place or have walls of […]
Heirloom Vegetable Seeds By Sandy Swegel So more of them will feed you. Last week we talked about being on the home stretch for the vegetable garden (at least here in Zone 5.) Lots of plants are super stressed this year by early rains and now intense heat. In Colorado, some farmers are only now […]
Tips for Picking Tomatoes by Sandy Swegel You might think this is a completely obvious question. You pick tomatoes when they are red and falling off the vine ready to eat. But I asked a few gardening friends how they decided when to harvest tomatoes and as always, with gardeners, there are more opinions than […]