Heirloom Tomato Plants Sale and Swap

Heirloom Tomato Plant Sale and Swap!
Never got a chance to try growing those heirloom tomatoes, everybody is talking about? Now is your chance!

We will be selling a variety of Heirloom Tomato plants at Cupertino’s Earth Day celebrations, on the 17th of April 2010.  The event will be held at the City Hall Plaza, from 10am till 2pm.  We will have a selection of black, red, pink and yellow varieties.  Slicers, paste and cherry tomatoes.  Contact us NOW, if you have any special variety requirements, and we will see if we can fullfill them.  If you would like to purchase seedlings, please RSVP, so we have an idea of how many people are interested and bring enough plants!

The Heirloom Tomato varieties that we will be selling will come from local farms.  We will also have our own seedlings that will be offered for swapping: mainly tomatoes (Green Zebra, Yellow Brandywine, Ox Heart, Black Prince, to name just a few), plus some egg plants and peppers.  Bring your own heirloom veggie plants to the booth and exchange with us or other gardeners!

In the light of the Earth Day celebrations we will be also collecting old, plastic plant pots for reuse.  If you bring more than 5 pots, you will get a free seedling to take home!

Lastly, have questions about growing veggies?  We will have seasoned growers with us to answer your questions.  Thus, come and see us at the Cupertino’s Earth Day celebrations!

Would you like to volunteer? We can always use some help setting up, manning the booth or even simply taking photos.  Email us if you could help with any of these tasks (another chance to score a free seedling or two…).

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