Heirloom Tomato Plants... Back by Popular Demand!
by, 14th March 2010 at 08:31 PM (12419 Views)
Last year we brought to the public a new addition to our offerings, heirloom tomato plants. Our greenhouse grown heirloom tomato plants were a great success and our customers are asking that we once again are a source for heirloom vegetables plants in Syracuse and Dewitt, NY.
We have expanded our selection of garden plants to include other delightful heirlooms including squash, and beans. A list of what vegetables to be offered will be published soon.
We have begun sowing seeds, preparing pots and writing tips for successful gardening. Plants should be ready for purchase in the beginning of May.
Take advantage of the warm days in C.N.Y to begin preparing your garden. Don't wait until the threat of 20 more inches of snow to pass to get your soil prepped.
As soon as the ground has warmed enough to till you should begin the process. Loosing your soil and add manure, cover with black gardening cloth to kill any weeds and prevent more weeds from forming. Cool weather plants can't be planted a few weeks before the threat of frost has past, so it is important not to wait until Memorial Day to get started. Tomato plants are not cold and frost resistant and can be planted safely, usually just after Memorial Day.
Plan your garden, prepare your soil, gather your apparatus for tying up your plants and get excited to get your garden started.
Vegetable gardening can be rewarding, mentally, physically and without a doubt financially. If you have never garden in the past, make 2010 the year that you give it go. If you have had success in the past take a look at at what other vegetable varieties you can add to delight your taste buds