I have started a seedling business to help fund my college education. I now have tomatoes, broccoli, peppers, and basil available at various prices. All of these North Fork seedlings are non-GMO and grown without pesticides.
A brief overview of varieties is as follows:
- Siberian – 3 to 5 oz fruits which can mature as early as 55 days. Determinate.
- New Yorker Tomato – 4 to 6 oz fruits which usually mature in 65 days. Determinate.
- Yellow Plum Tomato – Small, yellow ‘plum’ fruits. 70 days to maturity. Indeterminate.
- Blue Pitt Tomato – Cherry-sized, blue-purple fruit, 65-75 days to maturity. Indeterminate.
- Fat Cherry Tomato – Classic cherry tomato, 65-70 days to maturity. Indeterminate.
- Red Pear Tomato – Pear shaped, cherry sized fruit. 65 – 75 days to maturity. Indeterminate.
- Marglobe Tomato – Rich flavored 6 to 8 oz fruit. 75 days to maturity. Determinate.
- Sophie’s Choice Tomato – 6 to 12 oz fruit, 55 days to maturity. Determinate.
- Linda’s North Fork – An unknown sized/variety tomato grown from seed from longtime North Fork resident Linda Wernick.
- Plum/Sauce Tomato – An unknown variety of plum or sauce tomatoes.
- Dwarf Greek Basil – A miniature basil growing to 10” with small leaves that have the characteristic popular basil flavor.
- Bolloso Napoletano Basil – Giant 6 inch leaves, great for pesto. Ready for pickup in 3 to 4 weeks.
- Sweet Cherry Pepper – A sweet, small cherry-type pepper. 68-80 days to maturity.
- Giant Goliath Broccoli – Produces a large, central head plus numerous side shoots after first harvest. 55 Days to maturity.
Please email me at email@example.com for a more detailed catalog and pricing.
Note from the editor: Valerie is going to be at the Gardeners Roundtable Discussion on June 2 selling her seedlings. What a great opportunity!