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Heirlooms at Home


Ever so satisfying is the fruit or vegetable picked from your own garden -- or windowsill, or front porch. Windowbox.com sells many varieties of heirloom tomato plants that thrive in just about any bright, adequately sunny spot. The site also offers helpful tomato growing tips to help keep you making stunning caprese salads all summer long. Heirloom plants from $8.99 at Windowbox.com.

Listed by Jessica Ritz on Apr 17, 2007 in Gardening | Link | Comments (3) | add to del.icio.us | Digg this story | Email this post


Never had a heirloom tomato, but would love to try growing them in my new aerogarden. By the way great post.

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