We are ORGANIC again this year and we are open for business.
All of our 161 varieties of tomatoes and 41 varieties of peppers are now ready to go home. We have sold out of German Red Strawberry and the Mini Bell Pepper, so shop soon to get the variety that you want.
Until May 10th, our hours will be: 9 am to 6 pm Monday thru Saturday and 1 pm - 5 pm on Sunday. 509-928-3342, 822 N. University, (3 houses north of Broadway) Spokane Valley.
Tomatoes: This year we have 161 varieties for sale.
Peppers: We are offering 41 different varieties.
Check out my facebook page for The Tomato lady and I now have blog.
Price per plant is $3.50 plus tax. We accept cash and checks, no credit cards, beads, or first-born children.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
We'll respond as quickly as possible. Enjoy your visit.
The Casteel Family
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.
When folks would ask me what color tomatoes I had, I would tell them that I had every color but blue. Now I can say that I have every color, including blue! This is the "Indigo Rose" tomato, introduced last year and bred by Oregon State University. It is the closest they've come to blue. I hope it tastes as good as it looks!
Orange Fleshed Purple Smduge. Ugly name, fabulous tomato! The more sun they get, the more purple the shoulders.
Why buy romas or san marzanos when you grow the paste tomato "Rocky" (on the left) ? These were simply the biggest paste tomato I have ever encountered. Big and beautiful.
Our monumental tomatoes in our homemade tomato cages. The cages are 5' tall.
Now this is a handful! Sweet Goliath
Albino Bullnose pepper. Not only is this a beautiful pepper, but it it is sweet and tasty. Here, I have mixed it in with petunias and parsley. This pepper starts out a lovely creamy color and then turns red.
Garden Expo. This is what we call our "Super Salad Bowl Saturday" Hard to believe I started out with 50 extra plants in my driveway!
Remember Peter Piper? He would have loved this colorful mix of peppers. Shown are: Yellow Banana, Purple Beauty, Karma and Patio Red Marconi.