Veggie Plant Sale on Another Beautiful Saturday in Santa Barbara!

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Come get your vegetable starts for this warm weather weekend. It’s the perfect time to put some vegetables in the ground to get a healthy start on the season!

We have a few tomato varieties available again this weekend, as well as some squash plants.

Tomato Plants 4″ pots $2 each – Yellow Pear, Roma, Sweet 100’s

Squash Plants $2 for a 4-pack – Black Beauty Zucchini and Early Yellow Crookneck

squashyellowcrookneckEarly Yellow Crookneck Squash-
50 days. An old favorite heirloom, this is one of the oldest types of squash dating back to pre-Columbus times and has been popular ever since. Easy to grow and good tasting.


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Black Beauty Zucchini-
50 days. The classic dark-green summer squash that has made modern zucchini of this type popular. Introduced in the US markets in the 1920’s, and seed companies started listing it in the 1930’s. Delicious fried or baked; best picked young.


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Yellow Pear Tomato-
78 days. Very sweet, 1 1/2″ yellow, pear-shaped fruit have a mild flavor, and are great for fresh eating or for making tomato preserves. Very productive plants are easy to grow.


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Roma Tomato-
70-75 days. Determinate. A quality paste variety with very thick flesh. A popular old favorite with good yields.


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Sweet 100 Tomato –
Bursting with sugary flavor, Sweet 100s produce scarlet, cherry-sized fruits in long clusters right up to frost. You’ll definitely want to stake or cage these vigorous climbers to keep the fruit off the ground and avoid pests and diseases.

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