House in the Woods Farm
$4.50/tomato plant, other prices vary. Bring a box for transport of your plants if you can. We accept cash and checks.
Sale Hours —At the farm
Friday May 3th, 10am-7pm
Saturday May 4th, 10am-5pm
Organic Heirloom Tomato Plants
REDS * PINK * BLACK * PURPLE———————————–
Brandywine–Pinkish red, most popular heirloom originated in 1889.
Cherokee Purple–A prolific beefsteak favorite, cultivated by the Cherokee Tribe in Tennessee. Deep red interior flesh, rich, complex flavor.
Rutgers– From 1934 “the Jersey tomato”, red tomatoes great taste for fresh slicing or cooking.
Black Krim–Dark red beefsteak, rich and sweet, from Black Sea of Russia.
Black Prince–From Siberia, one of the most popular black tomatoes. Rich taste for cooking or fresh. Smaller fruit.
Jetstar—Red slicer, a reliable and hearty hybrid that will fill your baskets.
Old German—a mild sweet tomato, with red-yellow streaks to skin and flesh. Low acid, as are most yellow, orange and green tomatoes.
Pineapple—just like Old German, can have bigger fruit
Green Zebra–A magic tomato, green with dark green stripes, blushes yellow. Green salsa, green sauce! A hit for contrast on a potluck platter.
Garden Peach–Heavy producer of 2″ round fuzzy yellow fruit. Sweet, juicy, well-balanced flavor.
Persimmon—Lovely orange tomato, fruity sweet like a persimmon
Amish Paste—deep-red and oxheart-shaped, lots of sweet, tomatoey flavors from this coreless meaty fruit. A great slicing and sauce tomato.
Orange Banana–Plum-shaped orange paste with pointed ends, sweet-tart. Disease resistance. Stinkbugs didn’t bug this tomato in our fields!
Matt’s Wild Cherry–Mini red wild cherry tomatoes, prolific. Cute little stems with six bite-size tomatoes on each. Kids love ‘em!
Sungold Cherry–Orange, super sweet mini tomato. A rare exception to our heirloom rule in our tomato collection, this hybrid is worth it. Our CSA members eat them all up on the car-ride home.
OTHER PLANTS FOR SALE——————————————————–
Eggplant, Italian and long Japanese varieties
Peppers, bell, jalapeno and specialty varieties
Basil, sweet and thai
Oregano, Sage and Chamomile
For photos of each variety of tomatoes, go to www.houseinthewoods.com
***USE OUR FARM LANE ON SALE DAY, on PARK MILLS ROAD***
House in the Woods Farm: 2225 Park Mills Rd, Adamstown, MD. (For GPS purposes, but there is no mailbox there. Watch for the House in the Woods Farm sign)
Contact: email@example.com or 301-607-4048. You may schedule other times to pick up plants as well.
Our tomato plants are also available at The Common Market (www.commonmarket.com). You can get a lot of other great plants there too!