January 21, 2012
by Jeff Quattrone
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Gardens 2012, Yes Plural

One would think a single garden would be enough, but this one, me, doesn’t think when opportunity is presented. Turning the think off is a moral to my story. So, as this story offers itself to someone who is paying … Continue reading

January 6, 2012
by Jeff Quattrone
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Bisignano #2 Tomatoes – One Plant, Four Shapes of Fruit

I like to think of this tomato like this as the anti-Cello pack tomato. The Cello Packs as I recalled were 3 bland tomatoes in a small, white rectangle shaped basket wrapped in cellophane. It was the perfect synthesis of … Continue reading

August 11, 2011
by Jeff Quattrone
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Lime Green Salad Tomatoes, A Unique Tomato Experience

Lime Green Salad Tomatoes, aka Green Elf tomatoes, are a unique tomato bred by Tom Wagner, a well-known breeder of heritage type potatoes and tomatoes. When I first read the name Lime Green Salad Tomatoes, the concept of a compact … Continue reading

May 5, 2011
by Jeff Quattrone
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Garden Update; Living in the Moment, A Tribute to Tye-dye

Seems like that what plants do. Given the fact they have roots, and just can’t get up and go, living in the moment seems like something they do. Weather, seasons, cycle of day and night. Except for a mighty Oak, … Continue reading

April 10, 2011
by Jeff Quattrone
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Big Boxing the Seed Collector, A Slight Timeline

Another plot twist, another piece of magic. I had a hunch to look up the word heirloom. I’m kind of a geek about words. I have the same dictionary on my shelf that I’ve had my whole life. I don’t remember my … Continue reading

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