I started a lot of tomato plants from seed this year, and have a lot of extras. So I'm selling some plant starts to help fund some landscape horticulture classes that I am starting this summer.
These tomatoes were purchased as organic seeds from Seed Savers and Territorial. I started them right around March 16, and have up-potted them two more times and supplemented them with fish emulsion and organic fertilizer, which I just did again this past Sunday — thus they are all organic. They have been growing under heat lamps and on heat mats ever since and are ready to go into the ground in the coming weeks. Currently they are in 4 inch pots but they are getting big! These would grow in buckets/containers, or in a patch of garden that has good soi l— the more heat and sun the better! I'm selling these for $4 each. We have several different varieties, all of which were chosen specifically for their ability to thrive in the NW summer climate.
Available tomato varieties:
Oregon Cherry: http://www.territorialseed.com/product/1626/238
Oregon Spring: http://www.territorialseed.com/product/1557/234
Seattle's Best of All: http://www.bonnieplants.com/tabid/420/p/1057/Default.aspx
Gill's All Purpose: http://www.territorialseed.com/product/1571/235
We also have raspberry plants for sale. Again, all organic. These came from original plants at my partner's childhood home on a small farm in Bellevue, so they've been in her family for generations, and they are truly the best raspberries I've ever had. Buy a few this year and you will have many more volunteers sprout over the coming years and in no time you'll have a big raspberry patch. These mainly need water, which certainly isn't a problem. I usually put some organic fertilizer one them once a year and that's about it. I'm selling these for $5 per stalk, and I'll dig them and put them in good soil and little pots for you.
If you're interested, email me at moc.liamg|sggirb.j.lem#moc.liamg|sggirb.j.lem or call 206-650-7482. Plants are available for easy pick up at the Community Acupuncture Project of Columbia City (3811 S. Ferdinand St.) on Tuesdays or Fridays. Thanks and here's hoping for a hot summer!