The Cherokee Purple was rediscovered by tomato grower Craig LeHoullier. LeHoullier claimed that it was more than 100 years old, originated with the Cherokee people. The Cherokee Purple tomato has a unique dusty rose color. The flavor of the tomato is ex
My late mother use to do this,germinate tomato seeds by just cutting your tomato into slices and laying them on top of the soil.Cover them lightly and in no time you will see your babies coming up.—with Santana Matekuare.