I am ready to begin offering my heirloom tomato and pepper plants at our roadside stand starting this upcoming weekend. I have 70 varieties of tomatoes and about 30 different pepper varieties, both sweet and hot. I have added a number of new and RARE varietals like the Bali tomato from Indonesia, Brazillian Beauty tomato and the Tatar of Mongolstan, to name but a few. I also have a nice collection of new “black” tomatoes, including Black Cherry, renowned for rich, complex flavor! In the pepper department, I have a great collection of Native American peppers from the Southwest and Northern Mexico: Negro De Valle, Cochiti and Kori Sitikame. I have grown all of these in the past and they are excellent for authentic NuMex and Mexican dishes! Aside from the peppers and tomatoes, I also have a solid selection of perennial vegetables that can handle -20 degrees and produce wonderful root crops and spring/summer greens. This would include Skirret root, Good King Henry and Seacale. I am open 7 days a week from around 8 in the morning, until around 7 at night. My stand is self serve, so bring cash or a check book. Happy and productive planting for 2015!