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melody gardens from king, NC
melody gardens

Farm Name: melody gardens

Year Farm Established: 2007

Years I’ve been farming: 6 years

Crops I grow: peppers, lettuce, onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, strawberries, watermelon, blueberries. grapes, figs,radishes

Hobbies I enjoy: roses, history

Club/Associations memberships: Winston-Salem Rose Society

The proudest moment on my farm: My three lb Super Steak tomato

Pets: sassy our 5yr old Shiz Tsu

Farm Motto: Can't never could.


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The super steak is one of the beat beef steak tom. I have ever planted. By suckering the plant they grow even larger than the 1 to 2 lb advertised. I hope to try the ponderosa soon and go for one over 4 lb.

Come visit me, melody gardens.

04/29/2010 04:24.53 AM Report This Comment  
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Three lb tomato! You are my hero!

Come visit me, Wishing Well Farm.

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