I will not have time for any Lucky Like treat making this week because my Savannah family are visiting. But I will have some wonderful CherryGal ORGANIC seedlings at the Warren County Farmers Market on Saturday (8-Noon) including:
- Brandywine, which dates to late 19th C and considered by many to be the best tasting beefsteak ever. Large pinks up to 2#.
- Cuore Di Boef (Heart of Beef) a large 1-2# Italian heirloom oxheart
- Hillbilly, a large bi-color (red and yellow) slicer
- Costoluto Genovese, (only one left) a personal favorite Italian heirloom grown by Thomas Jefferson at Monticello
- Black Krim, a popular Russian heirloom that produces early and continuously till Fall. Rich, sweet flavor on pounder fruits.
- San Marzano, (only one left) an Italian heirloom that is considered the gold standard for paste & sauce
- Sweet Italian Pimento (only one left) a great all-purpose salad/fryer/roaster/pickler
- California Wonder (only one left) with thick-walled sweet flesh very productive
- Ancho/Poblano, classic spicy Mexican heirloom pepper most associated with Chille Rellenos and Mole sauce
Cucumber, Diva – my favorite, and the plants are getting bigger by the day
Costato Romanesco Squash – a wonderful Italian heirloom squash with great flavor. These need to go in the garden now, so they will be discounted on Saturday.
- Bay Laurel trees
- Chives (regular, not garlic)
- Parsley Gigante (flat leaf Italian)
- Nasturtium (edible climber)
- Basils (various, depending on what’s ready)
- Mints (various)
- Blood Sorrel
Also several decorative & house plants including more Pastel Daylilies which are ready to start blooming!
Please note that I have many other varieties of tomatoes, herbs and decoratives growing out right now. It will be a week or longer for them to be ready for market, but I do hope you will be thrilled with my unique growing choices. I only ever start a few of each variety, so don’t wait too long or your favorite may be gone. ALL ORGANIC, of course. I so enjoy talking with you about them and about organics.
See you Saturday!