Saving your own tomato seeds to grow

Summer may be over, but delicious tomatoes are still around. Don’t forget to save tomato seeds to grow next year! Here’s how: Heirloom tomatoes are easy to grow at home and evolved to be infinitely tastier than store-bought ones, which are bred for long truck rides and shelf stability. Tomato seeds are hardy, so if …

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garage remodel adventure!

check out our before, during and after photos, transforming our water damaged garage into a studio-office-fun-house-she-cave!!

tomato jungle

It’s a jungle out there, folks. Here’s what grew out of those tiny little seeds we saved from farmer’s market salads last year… One of the vegetable beds our tomatoes are growing in (the one that is hidden in this photo by the tomato super-growth) was built by Young Whan this spring!

saving and growing tomato seeds

We’re already saving seeds from this year’s tomatoes in preparation for next year’s round. You can see our seed baths next to our garden’s tomato basket in the photo. It’s super easy and fun! Here’s how to grow your own tomatoes from tomatoes you eat: 1. use heirloom seeds: if you can, make sure you …

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totally tomato!

Tomato season is finally here, about half-a-month late because of prolonged spring and strangely cool summer in the East Bay. This is the year of the Great Tomato Experiment: I saved 20+ varieties of heirloom tomato seeds from tomatoes I ate last year from our local farmer’s market and grew 15 varieties of tomatoes in …

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