Amish Gold, Amish Paste, Ananas Noir, Aunt Ruby’s German Green, Aunt Ruby’s Cherry, Azoychka, Barad’s Yellow, Basinga, Berkeley Tie Dye, Big Beef, Big Rainbow, Big White Pink Stripe, Black Cherry, Black Ethiopian, Black from Tula, Black Krim, Black Plum, Black Prince, Blondkopfchen, Bloody Butcher, Brandywine OTV, Brown’s Yellow Giant, Camalay, Caspian Pink, Cherokee Green, Cherokee Purple. Sound good? These are only some of the over 100 varieties of heirloom, exotic, hybrid and rare tomato seedlings on sale at Ben Lomond’s mighty Love Apple Farm, this weekend April 14 & 15. Proprietor Cynthia Sandberg, who grows biodynamic produce exclusively for the kitchen of acclaimed, Michelin-starred Manresa restaurant, has the greenest thumb for miles around.
Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase intriguing varieites, and to tour the grounds of Sandberg’s fertile acres. From 10am to 5pm – this weekend. For details, check the website, Love Apple Farm, 9299 Glen Arbor Road, Ben Lomond, CA.
(831) 588-3801