Welcome to my dining room. Mismatched plates? No worries, each is carefully labeled with a name. Perhaps it is a bit too crowded? If I move this one, just a little, it is possible to squeeze another in. No, I am not planning a dinner party; my late summer dining room table is holding what will be next year's tomato crop and I am working to make room for all.
|Tomato seeds on plates crowd the summer dining room table|
|Save seeds from the best specimens. These are Cherokee Purple|
|So far, the yield from one San Marzano plant is 14 quarts!|
|Indigo Rose boasts lovely color and delicious flavor|
Now, back to fitting everyone at the dining room table. Guests can stand, but heirloom seeds deserve a place of honor.