When I got home, we decided that it would be wise to move some things into the garage and quickly fill the truck and Sue's car with whatever was big enough to bring tomorrow. So tomorrow's tomato selection will be not quite as complete as we would like, but does represent the largest of our seedlings. Sunday, it will be back to transplanting! I will be able to take stock of where we are with varieties following this weekend. I am sure a few things will be running low, but we will be in good shape with the various colored Cherokees and with Sungold throughout. Unfortunately, we will have very few peppers or eggplant tomorrow. They just aren't the size needed for them to leave home yet!
Today my helper was my daughter, Sara....tomorrow, it will be my wife, Susan. So come on out - asparagus is now being sold here and there, and a few strawberries (but not nearly as many as typical for this time of year). Let's talk tomatoes!
Don't forget - Space 47, next to Mr. E L Wheeler, a few spaces to the right of the central restrooms.