I've got 20 pairs of tickets for every day of the Duquesne Light Home and Garden Show at the Convention Center. The catch is you need to use them to see me when I appear.
I'm also giving away free seeds from my friends at Good Mind Seeds. I've got two rare tomatoes, 'White Pumpkin' and 'Lost Marbles' cherry.
'White Pumpkin' is unique in both shape and color, the flavor of this fluted slicer is mellow and mild with a fruity undertone. It does not mind the cold and will continue to perform well into the fall. Indeterminate, regular leaved, mid season, and all purpose.
'Lost Marbles' is a sweet purple cherry tomato that's late blight resistant and is prolific too. "They have a sugar content unlike anything I have tasted before, sweeter than 'Sungold,' owner Phil Seneca says, and with a flavor that differs from other tomatoes." They are a mixture of multiple wild species of tomatoes and have incredible fungal disease resistance, it seems that septoria, early blight, late blight, and fusarium wilt have a really hard time holding this tomato back. The purple cherries are born in long trusses and are the perfect size for popping in your mouth whole or halving into salads. The plants are not super sprawling but reach to a considerable length prior to frost, up to 6-7 feet, with regular leaf foliage.
Doug's Home and Garden Show schedule-
Friday 3/6 3-5pm "Grow Your Best Garden Ever"
Saturday 3/7 11am-1pm "Jump Starting a Spring Garden"
Sunday 3/8 4-6 "Travel Shots from Paris"
Monday 3/9 6-8pm "Grow Your Best Garden Ever"
Tuesday 3/10 6-8pm "Travel Shots from Paris"
Wed 3/11 6-8pm "Jump Starting a Spring Garden"
Thursday 3/12 6-8pm "Grow Your Best Garden Ever"
Friday 3/13 3-5pm "Jump Starting a Spring Garden"
Saturday 3/14 4-6pm "Travel Shots from Paris"
Sunday 3/15 4-6pm "Grow Your Best Garden Ever"
Hope to see you at the show!