How to: Save Heirloom Tomato Seeds

Photos of saving tomato seeds

Saving your own tomato seeds is rather fun and has all sorts of benefits. Preserving heirloom seeds, ensuring a supply of your own favourites for next year, helping protect seed diversity, making a giant mess of stinky fermenting goo, it’s all there! It’s also pretty easy. As part of our seed selling business we save […]

Heirloom Tomato Glamour Shots

Reistomate Tomatoes from Cubits 2012

I like photographing tomatoes almost as much as I like eating them. To wake up before everyone else at the farm and get to have a quiet cup of coffee and change lenses in peace is my idea of heaven. Here are some more photographs of this year’s tomatoes.  The seeds are fermenting and we […]

Our little heirloom apple tree

Last fall, after watching Michael Pollan’s Botany of Desire I decided it was time to add an heirloom apple tree to the mix.  So with some twitter followers goading me on, I found an orchard, made some inquiries and had placed our order by the time the documentary moved on from apples to marijuana.  If […]