Tomato Time!

Being a Landscape Designer in Santa Clarita to me means using edibles in my garden and my garden designs so  I’m excited that my tomato plants (and peppers, and eggplants, and herbs) are really kickin’ it.  The fruits of my labor (and not much labor so far) are paying off with sweet Sungolds, salad perfect Juliettes and low acid Green Zebras to eat as I water or to bring into the house for my lucky family.

I thought that I’d put together a quick listing of tomato articles for you to peruse in case you need a little refresher or a nudge into planting another set of short seasoned varieties to extend your harvest.

So for easy reference here are a list of posts from the past that you might find timely.  YES the picture at the top was taken Friday night after one of my watering sessions and NO I didn’t manage to eat ALL the Sungolds in one sitting.

Hornworm Tips
Extending Your Tomato Harvest
How To Grow Tomatoes
How To Plant A Salsa Garden

If you are interested in creating a beautiful garden with me you can email me at [email protected], call me at 661-917-3521 or click through to my website.




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