Sending Seeds in the Mail

I have test-sprouted (>90% germination), packaged, packed, sealed and sent your envelopes of Cabin Tomato seeds. 7 envelopes went out on Wednesday, and 6 more are going out in Thursday’s mail. I still have about 4 or 5 more remaining.

I am incredibly grateful to you growers who are willing to try growing your own Cabin tomatoes in the 2013 season. If you can, grow a plant for friend too. If you can, save seeds for the next year too.

If you don’t receive the seeds I promised you within a week from today, please contact me again. There was one pack going to Canada, so I don’t know how long that should take.

Everything is going well for Jimmy, I just haven’t had much blog motivation lately.

Thank you all!

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25 responses to this post.

  1. I have wondered about them a couple of times. My grandson and I will be the ones using them and will post my results. Thanks

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  2. Thanks in advance for the cabin tomato seeds.

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  3. Well, either way, it’s good to have you back. I planted an apricot tree a few weeks ago and thought, “Jimmy would appreciate this.” :)

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  4. Posted by Jim on November 29, 2012 at 7:09 pm

    Thanks in advance for the seeds. I’ll be looking forward to trying this variety and will definitely let you know how they do here in Idaho.

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  5. Hi. Just found your blog. What can you tell me about your Cabin variety of tomato? Would love to try some!

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  6. Interesting. […e-mail address…] Thanks!

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  7. So excited! I got the seeds today and look forward to testing them out next season. Thank you again!

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  8. I got my seeds today! Very excited to try them! I Can’t wait for spring!! Thank you so much!!

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  9. If you have any Cabin seeds left I’d love to get some from you somehow. I grew them for a few years and but apparently saved the last seeds improperly. Last year the few I had didn’t germinate well and I don’t know what will happen with them in 2013. My original seeds were from wintersown too.

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    • Sande-

      I ended up sending my extras to Wintersown this week. If you send them a request this year and specifically ask for Cabin, I would guess that they could get you a few.

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      • Appreciate you sharing your seeds, and I look forward to growing them. However, there is already a variety called Cabin which does not match your description. Would be great if we could get more info on the origin of this variety.

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        • The full extent of my info is from personal observation and the fact that I got them from Wintersown in late 2008, marked with this variety name.

          Perhaps Trudi Davidoff at Wintersown would reveal her original source…I don’t know. wintersown@optonline.net.

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        • Will do. Thank you for getting back with me on it. I love the meatiness of them. Not many seeds to save in the ones I had. If I don’t get any I’ll just way overplant on what I have and should get a few. I think when I saved the last batch they weren’t quite ripe enough and that’s why they didn’t germinate as well.

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          • I made the same mistake one year and had to grow out Cabin Tomatoes from year-old seeds. I just planted then 20x thicker than I needed and actually got 25% germination.

  10. I received the Cabin seeds in the mail today, a million thanks! Can’t wait to give them a go next year. I admire your passion to preserve the species, and will do my best keep it going.

    In addition to growing in my own garden, I will be sure to also share some of the seedlings with friends as well our community garden at work – whose produce goes to a local shelter and the zoo! Thanks also for the links you gave me with instructions to save my own, I gave it a try, we’ll see how it goes!

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  11. Posted by thebeadden on December 29, 2012 at 4:05 pm

    I received my seeds last week and wanted to say thank you! We will try our best to keep this variety alive and kicking. There are a few expert gardeners we will be sharing some of the seedlings with and will be sure that we all save some from our own crop.
    Thank you! Made a post at our garden blog too.

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