Welcome to our forums!
This online gardening community is different, political, and organic. I decided to start these forums so gardeners would have a free place to discuss heirloom gardening, gene-altered food, seed saving, natural politics and products. We are dedicated to saving our food and horticultural heritage, and hope you enjoy this forum for the free-thinking gardener!
Wishing you great gardening,
Dr., I just wanted to say I appreciate your posts here at idig and all the work you have done in furtherance of tomatoes. I have and am still learning a lot from you imparting your knowledge. Due to the KB/KBX/Orange Minsk thread, I got a hair, and ordered KBX and Orange Minsk to compare this year. I also was reading about Omar's Lebanese, and found either your first, or one of your first posts here. It was interesting to see the reaction of other members when you appeared out of cyberspace to post! It also convinced me to order the O.L.
Again, thank you for imparting your knowledge.
Dawg, who is a little nervous posting on your page.
hello dr. carolyn. i really love the tomato that is named after you. but the color is like a light cream color. and i have almost any idea how it was named for a famous doctor of tomatoe's. and is there going to be any more tomatoe's that are going to be named in your legacy. and i want to thank you for being the best doctor of tomatoe's. sincerely nathan.