After cutting open the last tomato, to save seed, I realized, “Holy cow! I don’t have any more to do.” What will I do after harvest? Sad thing is that many of my heirloom squash plants sit with fruits with big deer bites in them. BLASTED BEASTS!! If I wasn’t a hunter before, I can sure see a reason to become one now. Such beautiful pests…but pests none the less. I could go into more detail and tell you they PULLED UP MY STRAWBERRY STARTS….simply to leave them on the lawn. Grrrrrrrrrrrr
Well anyway, while the last of my tomato seeds are drying, I wanted to point out that I have decided to run a sale on those that I have quite a batch of. So if you want to take a look at the heirloom tomato seed page, you’ll see some great deals. This sale won’t be around long, so take a look and see if there’s anything you may not be able to resist.
Off to do some more weatherizing…so….