Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Our Organic, Heirloom Garden Seedlings Are Growing!


We are starting our Organic Heirloom Tomatoes indoors (here is a picture of our Rutgers tomatoes)!


...and this is what they looked like just a few days ago! These little guys are growing so fast; I can't wait to start gardening!

My husband, Joe, and I purchased these seeds from a wonderful, reputable website:

http://survivalistseeds.com/

Last May, I co-hosted the "Don't Tread On Me" radio show with Big John Lipscomb (host of "Don't Tread On Me" and owner of Survivalist Seeds); I had so much fun and learned some very valuable information about gardening, homesteading, being self-sufficient, and so much more! You all should check out this awesome show:
http://www.donttreadonme.tv/


Joe and I are planning to have a massive garden this summer (double the size of our garden last year)! We would love to be able to produce enough organic vegetables so we can sell them at one of our local farmers markets!

8 comments:

nikid said...

Yummy - tomatoes! Mine are growing nicely as well!

Nicole Bergman said...

That is so cool that you're planning to sell your organic veggies at the Farmer's Market. I'm looking forward to having my very first garden this summer!

Eco-Friendly Freckles said...

Thank you ladies...Best of luck with your gardens! :-D

Tess said...

They look great! I'm hoping ours withstand the lawn mowers that come by all the time, we'll see!

Post Grad Hair Cut said...

Fabulous post. I really hope to start a garden this year!

Eco-Friendly Freckles said...

Good luck Tess and Post Grad Hair Cut...Tess, I know what you mean about pesky mowers; they mowed down one of our herb patches last year!

Emma said...

Sound Great, Good Luck! :)

Andrea said...

Woohoo! I'm excited to start hitting those farmers' markets! :-D