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This is one happy frog! He is juggling a Kosovo on his princely head.

We are planning on opening mid-April, right around Saturday the 18th. 

The website will be updated no later than the end of March if not sooner. 

Preorders: Last year we took prepaid preorders and it worked well. Call us or email us with your order. Send a check or use a credit card. We will hold the plants for one week after opening day, (if you order prior to that day) or from when we receive payment.

Price per plant is $3.60 plus tax. We accept cash and checks and new this year, credit cards - Visa and Mastercard.

We are ORGANIC and our plants are fertilized with steamed bone meal, worm castings, mycorrihzae, seaweed extract, fish fertilizer, kelp and alfalfa meal.

Plants we Are Offering This Year:

Tomatoes: This year we have 171 varieties for sale.

Peppers: We are offering 41 different varieties.

Vegetable Plants: We are offering cucumber (including the lemon, suyo long and mexican gherkin), summer and winter squash squash, and and a white eggplant

Flower Plants: Sunflowers, Zinnias, Hollyhocks, Nasturtiums


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As much as I love seeing all of you at the Garden Expo, I love it even more when we you come to the house. I get to talk with you and show you how we do things. Call us to make sure we are home and keep an eye on this site for opening day.

We have several links to informative pages. Learn more about us, read some interesting facts about tomatoes and find out how we grow our plants in the garden.

If you have any questions, please email us at info@thetomatolady.com We'll respond as quickly as possible. Enjoy your visit.

Steve and Elizabeth Casteel
509.928.3342
email: info@thetomatolady.com
Spokane Valley, Washington

Due to customer request, we are now offering our tomato cages for sale. They are tall and sturdy and work really well for our plants which usually get very large. Try picking up a tomato plant that has toppled over in a metal tomato cage! $25 for a 5 foot cage. Can be folded like a ladder for storage. See the picture below. First picture is early in the season. As you can see, our tomatoes quickly fill them up.

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Tomato Cages in our garden.


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