A Dibble Designed by Martha This dibble, inspired by the one Martha saw in her friend David Rockefeller's greenhouse, is used in the garden beds to make evenly spaced holes for crops such as lettuce and Asian greens.
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SWEET 100 - 65 Days Indeterminate Red Cherry Hybrid - Bursting with sugary flavor, Sweet 100s produce bright red, cherry-sized fruits in long clusters from maturity right up to the first frost. These vigorous climbers need staking to keep the fruit off the ground and avoid pests. Plant in direct sun (6 or more hours each day) and you will be rewarded with an abundance of flavorful, disease resistant tomatoes throughout the long growing season
Growing your own food in your backyard garden is one of the most rewarding things you can do. The satisfaction that comes from feeding your family and giving them nutritious, organic produce is well worth the effort you put into your garden. If you haven’t done so yet, it’s time to start saving seeds from your plants for the following years.