In this post I share my unboxing video featuring the Tomato Growers Seed Order for 2023 I just received. Wait until you see what is new for this year and what caught my eye online.
Tomato Growers Seed Order 2023 Video
This isn’t your typical online unboxing featuring seeds. Check out the variety Tomato Growers offer on their website. You will notice in the video I have 2 seeds that were part of a special offer. If you order from the company and reach the $19.99 total they throw in a few free seeds. I had to pay shipping but it was reasonable and as noted the items came quickly with standard USPS.
This video is part of my Bren Haas Channel featuring Creative Living and Growing topics.
Tomato Growers Seed Order List
I can honestly say it was difficult picking out just a few seed varieties I knew I would have time to grow. In the past, seeds have been my favorite thing this time of year to collect. Most of the seeds listed below from Tomato Growers were new this year. It will be exciting to share how they perform so be sure to watch my short videos. Here is a list of the varieties from this order I placed online.
- Better Boy Plus Hybrid Tomato
- Chef’s Choice Black Hybrid Tomato
- Darkstar Hybrid Tomato
- Andiamo Hybrid Tomato
- Black Plum Tomato
- Scotch Bonnet Orange Pepper
- Yellow Mushroom Pepper
- White Habanero Peppers
- Super Khi Pepper
- Yellow Stone carrot
- Sun Beauty Hybrid Sunflower
You will have to stop back later in the season to see how these are performing for me. I will be posting video updates throughout the growing season.
About Tomato Growers Seed Company
The company has been around for a while because I have a package of their seed from 2007. My brother in law gave me some of his leftover seeds from one of his growing seasons. The seeds were about 5 years old when I finally grew them and they did really well. I remember they were called something like Italian Tomato tree because it was a super tall plant. In the near future I will try and find a photo from my old 35 mm collection. You can check out their website at TomatoGrowers.com to get a catalog or order your own seeds.
Are you interested in learning more about gardening and starting your own garden from seed? Be sure to check out my website post featuring how I have been doing this since 2003.