Happy New Year! We will not be shipping plants in 2022, but hope to resume in 2023. In the meantime, I recommend Seed Savers Exchange and Territorial Seeds for ordering live plants. They both have good quality and a good selection. Thank you for being the best customers that any business could hope for, and happy gardening! -Margie

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  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. A very early heirloom red tomato with terrific flavor and productivity... 52 days, OP Heirloom. Indeterminate. From Czechoslovakia. A staple of northern gardens due to its earliness and much better flavor than other ultra-early tomatoes. Stupice is a compact indeterminate, best caged. Potato leaved plants produce abundant amounts of 2 oz, red fruits over a long season. Also does well in heat. We liked to grow it in Missouri as we harvested tomatoes so early and then kept on harvesting right through the summer. It produces well for us in chilly Colorado, too. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through late May, to the 48 contiguous states. We schedule your shipment to arrive just after the last frost date for your area. We will send an email from our farm (lazyoxfarm@yahoo.com) within 24 hours of receiving your order informing you of your shipping date. You are welcome to change the shipping date. Just let us know when you want them. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots. They are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. 80 days. Op. Heirloom. Wonderful flavor and abundant harvests set this large, bi-color tomato apart from the others. We were amazed at how many 1 lb. plus fruits we harvested from each plant. Keeps producing through the heat of our summers, which stops most tomatoes "cold." Super sweet and fruity, with just enough acid to make the flavor exciting. Gold with red striping. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through late May, to the 48 contiguous states. We schedule your shipment to arrive just after the last frost date for your area. We will send an email from our farm (lazyoxfarm@yahoo.com) within 24 hours of receiving your order informing you of your shipping date. You are welcome to change the shipping date. Just let us know when you want them. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots. They are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. Gorgeous green watermelons have yellow moons and stars, and terrific, sweet flavor... 85 days. OP. Heirloom from before 1900, thought to be lost, but found by Kent Whealy from Seed Savers exchange being grown by Merle Van Doren in Missouri. On the Slow Foods Ark of Taste, so you know it has to be more than just good! Vigorous vines produce oblong melons up to 40 lbs, but most are in the 15 to 20 lb. range. The melons have a dark green rind with a large yellow "moon" and lots of little yellow "stars." Even the foliage is speckled. The flesh is red, juicy, and very sweet. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through late May, to the 48 contiguous states. We schedule your shipment to arrive just after the last frost date for your area. We will send an email from our farm (lazyoxfarm@yahoo.com) within 24 hours of receiving your order informing you of your shipping date. You are welcome to change the shipping date. Just let us know when you want them. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots. They are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant.
  • First ship date is March 22. Free shipping with $35 purchase! Please note: We now ship via UPS. Very popular for it's smaller fruits and vines, and terrific flavor and sweetness... 80 days. Open pollinated. The standard "icebox" watermelon, popular for many years. Round, 8 to 10 lb fruits have a dark green rind that is crack resistant. Flesh is dark pink, sweet, crunchy, and juicy. Vines are only 6' to 8' long and produce at least several melons each, often more. We ship every Monday and Tuesday, from late March through late May, to the 48 contiguous states. We schedule your shipment to arrive just after the last frost date for your area. We will send an email from our farm (lazyoxfarm@yahoo.com) within 24 hours of receiving your order informing you of your shipping date. You are welcome to change the shipping date. Just let us know when you want them. Our plants are sustainably raised in our own potting mix. We use only organic fertilizers and sprays if needed. We have been growing and selling plants since 1997. Our plants are shipped in individual 3" deep pots. They are ready to be planted out in your garden. We package our plants with extreme care so they arrive undamaged at your doorstep. Each plant is tucked into its own padded sleeve. The soil in each pot is covered so it will not spill out. A plant tag identifying the variety is included with each plant.
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