Stan P. (7/28)
“All the tomato plants did well except the Green Stripe. It was full of tomatoes and died inexplicably. It may have been due to a mole. My favorites were Sungold, Black Krim, and Legend due to their flavor. The Legend and Sungolds are still producing in abundance. Two Black Plum plants can feed China. They have produced hundreds of tomatoes and are still producing. The Reisentraub is still producing. The Porters, Purple Calabash, and Black Krims have slowed down. I trimmed them back to see if they would produce some more. Next year I’m going with more slicing tomatoes. Black Krim and Legend will be two for sure.”
Sandra C. (6/25)
“So far I’ve eaten tomatoes from the Legend, Porter, Sungold, and Black Krim. I’ve got tons about to get ripe. The Legend is the one I’m most impressed with so far. The Sungolds are too good to put in salads.
Tom K. (5/21) – Medina,Tx.
“Tomatoes are going apesht with the warm weather and drier soil. Costoluto Genovese and Sungold are over the tops of their 4′ cages and going strong, others not too far behind . . .Matina; It’s not very vigorous, with a very open growth habit, but lots of fruit. In general, everything is setting fruit now, with the exception of Porter. It’s fairly vigorous, with lots of side shoots and terminal growth, but only now starting to bloom. Your humble customer and new heirloom tomato aficionado, Medina Tom” Gayle B.y Tx.(5/19)- Wimberley, Tx. “Thanks for your great website. We’re growing heirloom tomatoes in Wimberley, 500 plants, new this year.” (Unfortunately Gayle didn’t get here plants from us. Maybe in ’05???)
Ted H. (4/25) – Lytle, Tx.
“The plants arrived in EXCELLENT condition. The newspaper wrap and peanut packing material seems to be the answer. I want to thank you for the additional plants. . . since my garden is to full for all you sent, I shared some of the new plants with friends and “turned them on” to your web site and tomato expertise. Keep up the good work, and let me know during the year what is new and exciting in the mater business. Again thanks, and I’ll be first in line for next seasons plants !!
Leslie W. (4/23) – Runaway Bay, Tx
“I wanted to thank you for your package that arrived yesterday. I was out of the office, so the package wasn’t even opened till this AM, however every one of them arrived in great shape ! I planted them this AM also.. Must have been a sight to behold, a judge in attire out there messing with tomato’s in the dirt ! HA ! I’m sure plenty of folks saw me out there, and I will be questioned about it for a week, it will be a good opportunity to advise folks of Great service from your company !”
Mary & Dick S. – Thorndale, Tx
“We’re looking forward to giving them a try. We will compare them to the ten plants we bought locally (Please forgive us). You can count on us for a full order next spring. . .. You are the epitome of customer service.”
Julie W. (3/26) – Spicewood, Tx.
“I received the order this afternoon – tomatoes are in tact and can’t wait to get them in the ground. Thanks so very much for the bonus tomatoes – I look forward to seeing the results. . . Nothin’ in the world like home grown tomatoes! Many thanks.”
Michalec M. (l/13)- San Antonio, Tx.
“Nice website! Very informative. I’ve been ordering tomato and pepper plants from Seed Savers Exchange, it will be nice to be able to buy local. I see you have grown one of my favorites, Stupice. I’m anxious to try some of the others you offer”