2017 Plant Sale

Planting and Planning are underway for 2017.  Please feel free to contact me with suggestions or requests.

 4400 Gault rd North Jackson, Ohio 44451   330.992.9924   map  
We are at the old girl scout camp -one block east of Rt. 45 between Kirk and Palmyra.  Plants are only sold locally (no shipping)
GPS does not always take you to the right driveway, but should get you within 100 feet, look for the sign.

When the Plant Sale opens, signs will be up on Rt 45, Kirk rd, and Palmyra 

If you don’t see us when you arrive, PLEASE HONK FOR SERVICE!

Heirloom Tomatoes
     If you are looking for the full flavored tomatoes Gran used to grow, Heirlooms are the answer! Heritage tomatoes are incredibly flavorful and come in a wide array of colors, shapes, and sizes. I am growing more than 40 varieties of heirloom tomatoes for the plant sale this year.  In addition to big red slicers, oxhearts, paste tomatoes, and sweet orange/yellow tomatoes, I offer many rare and unusual varieties that you can't find anywhere else.

I will also have other miscellaneous plants including: Peppers, Eggplant, Ground Cherries, Cucumbers, Mellons, Tomatillos, Chives, Peanuts, Basil etc.

The 2016 Heirloom Plant Sale will run May 10th to June 15th-ish.  Heritage tomato varieties and Ground Cherries are priced at $5.00/Pack of 3 plants.  other veggies are priced lower. Herbs are mostly $3.00/pot. 

Its not easy to choose which varieties to offer,  I have grown out nearly 500 varieties of tomatoes over the years. I only select tomatoes that have done well in several seasons of varied weather.  I choose the varieties for the sale based on Flavor, Hardiness and Production; Only the toughest, and most delicious varieties make the cut!

My plants are raised in cold frames, never knowing the pampered life inside a greenhouse.  They've known the hard knock life from day one and are fully hardened off and ready to be planted in the ground when you buy them!  My Plants are all Non-GMO, and always raised without herbicides, pesticides, or synthetic fertilizer.  I feed them with sea kelp and that's all folks.

The plants have been inoculated with natural mycorhize, which are symbiotic fungi that live with the roots and help plants uptake nutrients from the soil and fight disease.

I am growing a small number of many additional varieties of tomatoes and may have a few extra seedlings of each. If you are looking for a variety not on the list, be sure to ask.

Farmers Markets 2016:
Please see this post for market info.

For questions, directions or other information, please feel free to Email Me or Visit us on Facebook.

It is impossible to choose a favorite tomato, but I can never have enough Oxhearts.  Check out my heart list.

Andrew Rahart's Jumbo Red

This New York heirloom produces 12 to 16 ounce fruit with intensely red skin and dense flesh

This is the kind of delicious, juicy tomato to eat over the sink

Mid Season


This Russian heirloom has become a favorite of chefs and tomato lovers
Lemon yellow beefsteak fruit weigh 8+ oz
Sweet and rich with just a touch of acidity and a subtle hint of citrus


Black Cherry

Tons of translucent purple cherry tomatoes grow on large plants

Rich, sweet flavor with a hint of grape.   One of my favorites, it is always a hit at the farmer's market.

Early Season

Bloody Butcher

The 2-3 ounce round deep red fruits are juicy with an intense lingering sweetness

Bloody Butcher is my first ripe non-cherry tomato every year 

Bountiful harvests from potato leaf vines and unmatched flavor make Bloody Butcher a favorite fit for a king

Very early

Brandywine Sudduth's Strain

One of the best tasting tomatoes available to gardeners today

The seed of this strain was obtained by tomato collector Ben Quisenberry of Big Tomato Gardens in 1980 from Dorris Sudduth Hill whose family grew them for 80 years

Large pink beefsteak fruits up to 2 pounds

Incredibly rich, delightfull intense tomato flavor

Late Season

Cherokee Purple

A legendary and beautiful tomato, at least 100 years old and said to have been grown by the Cherokee Indians

12 oz. deep dark dusky rose-purple skin, deep red inside

Lots of folks who claimed that they didn't like tomatoes have come to love Cherokee Purple

it has a one-of-a-kind, sweet, succulent, and almost smoky flavor

Mid Season