When it comes to our 2020 garden plan at the farm, it’s all about growing to fill up our pantry, freezer and more! As you will see in the plan below, that means filling our raised rows with as many
By simply avoiding a few common tomato planting mistakes, you can be well on your way to growing and harvesting your best tomato crop ever this year! Tomatoes are one of the most beloved crops of the home vegetable gardener.
“What is the absolute best way to plant tomatoes?” That question was posed to us last week via email from one of our readers located in upstate New York. It is a question we actually receive quite often – and
It’s time to liven up your vegetable garden this year by growing some amazing heirloom tomato plants! Tired of harvesting the same old basic tomato varieties year after year? Then break the mold and grow a few incredibly unique, productive,
5 Perfect Tomatoes. Of all the plants we grow in our garden each year – there is simply not one more valuable than the amazing tomato. For us, it is so much more than just an incredible fresh vegetable. Beyond
Summer has arrived and the heat is on, and that means tomato season is here! We depend heavily on our tomato crop to stock our pantry to enjoy pasta sauce, salsa, tomato juice, ketchup, barbecue sauce and more for the entire
What began as the tomato bucket experiment to grow a few salad tomatoes at the house turned into one of our most successful garden trials of the season! Growing anything at all at our house is a far cry more difficult from
What tomato varieties are the best? Without a doubt, the tomato really is the most versatile plant in our garden – finding its way on to the dinner table all throughout the year in some way, shape or form. It all starts each summer when the first few
It is here. Tomato season has arrived at the farm and like every year – it becomes a mad rush to pick, eat, make and store everything we can with the magical red fruit. It always amazes me how quickly
Way back when we were planning the garden last Winter, we made a point to make sure we would review our choices not only at the end of this growing season – but at the midway point as well. Why?