• Last spring my garden is alive after along winter sleep. Plenty of work to be done. Planted many vegetable seedlings grown in the greenhouse. Lettuce, carrot (sowed direct into the ground), collard, kale, Swiss chard, corn, pumpkin, potato, beet, summer squash, tomato and leek. The garden is doing great. Just yesterday I harvested several zuccinni. Right away I made zuccinni chocolate cake. It is always a joy to be able to harvest from your own garden and cook with the vegetable that you grow yourself. Gardening is an excellent exercise for body and mind. Regardless how big or small your garden is.
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TOMATO SEEDS

These are tomato seeds I used every year.  Most are oganic.

 Cosmonaut Volkov – OG. Heirloom, 72-75 days.  Indeterminate, needs staking.  Mature early in the season.  Very tasty , round red fruit weigh up to 1 pound each.  A wonderful tomato.  Named after the famous Russian cosmonaut Vladislav Volkov.

 Brandywine OG.  Heirloom 85 to 90 days.  Indeterminate.  An old Amish dating back to 1885,  I have been growing these variety for many years.  It has never failed me.  Good flavor.  A potato leaf variety with large red slightly flatened fruit.

Heinz OG.  68 days.  Determinate, a bush type plant.  Heavy yealds, early, sweet taste not tart like some other paste tomatoes.  Ripens all 2 1/2 -3 oz fruits before frost.

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