By Michael Nolan
I thought about titling this post “Where in the heck is Michael Nolan” until I realized that some of you probably forgot who I was it’s been so long!
Okay, I know it has been a long time since I dared show my face around here but I had good reason, and that good reason is what partially led me to my return to Tomato Casual as well.
Last week I finally relocated to the outskirts of Atlanta, Georgia into a fantastic neighborhood called Riverside.
This is very much a neighborhood on the mend (and you know how I like a hands on project), so I am happy to be here and to be surrounded by people who have even showed an interest in possibly starting our own community garden!
But I digress (and I’ll talk more about that stuff over on Urban Garden Casual in the coming weeks anyway). What I really wanted to talk about is my new tomato plants for 2009.
As I mentioned before I just moved which means that I didn’t have time to start seedlings for the heirloom tomato varieties I really wanted to grow this year, so Read the rest of this entry »