Update 2/12/2014: I’m honored to be one of the vendors participating in the introduction of the 2014 Dwarf Project releases. The five varieties I will be introducing are:
I will be co-releasing Big Green Dwarf, Wherakowhai, and Dwarf Blazing Beauty with Tatiana’s TOMATObase Seeds.
I will be co-releasing Rosella Crimson with Remy’s Sample Seed Shop.
Postage Note – Effective 1/1/2014: To keep from passing the upcoming January postage price increase to my customers, I will be shipping orders of 6 packs of seeds (or greater) in bubble mailers but smaller orders will now be shipped in #10 envelops. Domestic orders over $25 are still shipped free of shipping/handling charges!
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A listing of all new varieties can be found here.
This was another busy season – I trialed about 100 new-to-me heirloom/OP tomato varieties at my Bonsall, CA growing grounds. Thank you to my tomato growing friends from around the world who sent many new varieties to try – I appreciate it – there were some really great new finds!
– I still offer free shipping on all domestic orders over $25.00, and for international orders over $50.00. Domestic shipping charges for orders under $25.00 remains at $2.95, – All domestic orders of 4 or more packets will be shipped in bubble mailers. Shipping charges for all international orders (under $50.00) is $3.95 and will be shipped in one or more regular #10 envelops. If you prefer to have your international order shipped in a bubble mailer with a custom form please contact me before you order.
Except for seeds grown by my sister in Sacramento (thanks Marla!), I grow and harvest all of my own seed at my farm in Bonsall, Ca (north of San Diego). I use the fermentation method of seed processing. I closely monitor and rogue seed plants suspected of systemic infections (i.e. fusarium). Many seed plants are isolated or bagged, but most are not, so expect a crossing percentage of ~5%. If you have questions about a specific variety please contact me.
Best wishes to all for a bountiful 2014!