March 9, 2015
With spring less than two weeks away, we're more eager than ever to dig into this year's garden. Since the weather is still cold where we are, we're starting from seed and choosing some favorite varieties to plant in the coming weeks. Our experts searched far and wide for the best organic and heirloom varieties of vegetables and herbs, and their seed selection is the newest arrival in our nursery. Read on to learn more about a few favorites that we'll be welcoming to our summer gardens.
White Tomesol Tomato: Thanks to their parchment-white skin, these unusual tomatoes are sure to be the center of attention in your garden. The White Tomesol is an heirloom variety that produces sweet and rich fruits, weighing about 8 oz. each. Our seeds are sourced from Missouri's Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co., who offer over 1750 varieties of historic seeds from the 19th century onward.