|Physical address:||P.O. Box 628|
Little River, California 95456
Recommended by texaskitty111 - Jan 22, 2017 9:14 PM
There are few companies specializing in one type of seed product. TomatoFest does this with tomatoes. Their website is so much fun to look through. Also, they will actually answer a question, which is how I get recommendations for tomatoes that grow better in TX heat.
Recommended by mom2goldens - Jan 21, 2017 3:20 PM
I've placed several orders with TomatoFest and have had prompt shipping and excellent germination. Their website is very easy to browse, as you can search by type or color of tomato, and the selection is fantastic. I love the information they provide on their tomatoes, especially when they include comments about taste, etc. Their seeds are reasonably priced, and they often run a sale in late Dec/early January on some seeds. Shipping has been prompt.
Recommended by Weedwhacker - Jan 16, 2017 6:53 PM
I love this site! Not only do they offer a huge selection of open-pollinated/heirloom tomatoes, but they also offer information, such as the back story on the Julia Child heirloom tomato. The seeds are grouped by "paste tomatoes," "determinate tomatoes," "dwarf tomatoes," "indoor container tomato seeds," "heart-shaped tomatoes," etc. Prices are reasonable and shipping is prompt. I highly recommend TomatoFest for anyone buying tomato seeds!
Recommended by ARoseblush - Jun 24, 2014 10:53 PM
This is a terrific site if you grow "organic" heirloom tomatoes from seed. I have tried about 10 different varieties, and I have had very successful results in my mountain garden here in Vermont. Here is a small excerpt from his "About me":
|Endorsed by dave without a written review - May 20, 2014 12:19 PM|