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Tumbler June 10, 2019

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June 30 and they are yummy!

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The picture up above is of my Tumblers in a hanging basket.

We are closed until next season. We sold almost everything we had and were still able to donate the last of them to community gardens and food banks. I believe that as God has blessed us, we need to bless others. That being sad, when you are tired of eating or canning tomatoes, consider giving the excess to food banks. Thank you for your business. 

I am so glad you were receptive to some of the very different ones, such as Brad’s Atomic Grape, White Beauty and Blue Creme Berries to. name a few. Variety is the spice of life and I love offering unusual ones that you can’t find in the stoes. Please send me pictures of your tomatoes.

We have a standing invitation to each and every one of you to visit my garden. You will be amazed how I transformed one of our greenhouses into a sunny entertaining spot. Just call first. I kid my customers that they only visit when they want something! I’d love to share my garden with you. 

We accept checks, cash and credit cards (minimum $10 purchase for credit cards please)


Good News! If you cannot find parking in our driveway (it happens) you can park in the street at the back of our house. Our backdoor neighbor has graciously allowed our customers to walk through his yard. Please DO NOT PARK IN HIS YARD! If you come in through the back and don't see us, give us a call so that we don't miss you. It's going to be a great year!

We are ORGANIC and our plants are fertilized with steamed bone meal, worm castings, epsom salts, mycorrihzae, seaweed extract, fish fertilizer, kelp and alfalfa meal.

Plants We Are Offering This Year:

Tomatoes: This year we have 178 varieties for sale.

Peppers: We are offering 50 different varieties.

Vegetable Plants: Currently we have lettuce starts (32 varieties)  Other veggies will be started this week (week of May 2nd)

Flower Plants: pansies, specialty petunias, zinnias, nasturtiums, gazanias, schizanthus


As much as I love seeing all of you at the Garden Expo, I love it even more when we you come to the house. I get to talk with you and show you how we do things. Call us to make sure we are home and keep an eye on this site for opening day.

We have several links to informative pages. Learn more about us, read some interesting facts about tomatoes and find out how we grow our plants in the garden.

If you have any questions, please email us at We'll respond as quickly as possible. Enjoy your visit.

Steve and Elizabeth Casteel
Spokane Valley, Washington

Due to customer request, we are now offering our tomato cages for sale. They are tall and sturdy and work really well for our plants which usually get very large. Try picking up a tomato plant that has toppled over in a metal tomato cage! $25 for a 5 foot cage. Can be folded like a ladder for storage. See the picture below. First picture is early in the season. As you can see, our tomatoes quickly fill them up.


Tomato Cages in our garden

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