We are repeat customers of theirs. Michele bought over 100 tulip bulbs last year. I haven't counted, but it seems that most, if not all, of them are up and budded out and, weather permitting, should be in bloom in a few days or so. The only thing is that if you see a plant that you like- order it. We got a flyer that was shipped with the bulbs, and there were several plants that we liked, but they were sold out already.I was looking at several things from them but haven't ordered. I'm glad to hear they sell quality plants!
Last year, I planted Sweet 100s on a horizontal lattice, about 15" above ground. Also, I pruned the snot out of them regularly. We had tons of tomatoes, and the only ones we lost were to a raccoon.I really like the Super Sweet 100 because they are high yielding. They also get massivly tall. But then when some get spots or damaged there is always more coming on. Sometimes I have tons of them to pick. A few years ago I let most of the garden rest and used one bed for 8 tomato plants. I had so much troule with bugs that year that I think I tossed 3/4 of what I picked all year long! Last year was much better but I'm undecided which larger tomato I will choose. It's a little early but the garden centers have them out. The soil looked bone dry when I brought them home but they took the water well when i got them in here. Poor plants.
We have stink bugs here and I think they were the biggest culprite. I'm always watching for horn worms and caterpillars too. But I'd find the stink bugs on the tomatoes where the dark spots would form and rot. I bought a sprayer and Kaolin clay last year but didn't end up using it. I've tried neem oil before. I just need to be vigilant I guess.Last year, I planted Sweet 100s on a horizontal lattice, about 15" above ground. Also, I pruned the snot out of them regularly. We had tons of tomatoes, and the only ones we lost were to a raccoon.