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2012 Biodynamic, Organic Cherry Tomato Free Seed Give-Away
Challenge the Genetic Engineering Seed Companies
to Create a Plant Like This - They Can't!

Evergreen Elm's 2012 Biodynamic Cherry Tomato2012 Biodynamic Cherry Tomato
Era photo by Alan Hancock

From left, biodynamic gardeners Jim Oehler, L.A. Rotheraine, standing on ladder, Jeff Van Scooter and Brandi Buck stand in front of a 10 foot tall cherry tomato plant on Wednesday afternoon at the Evergreen Elm garden on Elm Street. Rotheraine claims it is the strongest tomato plant on the Planet Earth. “With all the billions of dollars that the genetic engineering seed companies spend, they cannot come close to producing the unique seed that Evergreen Elm makes to create this plant,” Rotheraine said. Evergreen Elm Executive Director Garry Pugrant said the agency has seeds available from the giant tomato plant. Donations would be accepted.


2000 Cherry Tomatoes From A Single Plant!

Watch this free 15 minute video to learn about biodynamics and see the spectacular results for yourself. Follow the directions to grow your own 12 ft. high cherry tomato plant.

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NOW an Opportunity to See this Miracle Tomato
Grow in YOUR GARDEN.
Take Advantage of Our Free Seeds Offer!

We realize that it is difficult to imagine how a single seed can transform into a huge healthy tomato plant that can bear as many as 2,000 tomatoes. That's why we want you to See For Yourself.

Now, as a special offer, just send a self addressed stamped envelope to me to receive a FREE pack of Selke Biodynamic Cherry Tomato seeds- the same seed strain featured in this video. Just follow the instructions in this video to achieve similiar results.

For donations, Please make checks payable to Evergreen Elm Garden Fund


Donations to the Evergreen Elm Garden Fund

Yes, it's true we are giving away free packets of seeds. However, for those who can, we would greatly appreciate a donation when you are ordering your seeds to help us continue the work of developing these superior seeds and getting the word out to others to help them learn about the healthy and natural way to grow the food we eat.

 

Why we need your help:

Since the inception of the garden we had been able to cover the cost out of the general operating budget. Recently the state informed us that the garden was not a billable or allowable expense, thus leaving us with the question, “How to keep this great program operating for those we serve, the staff and the community who benefit in so many ways from the garden?”

Our Board of Directors and individuals are asking for support from our friends in the community to help keep this vital program alive.


We greatly appreciate your consideration in supporting this vital program.

THANK YOU!


Donations to the Evergreen Elm Garden Fund can be sent to:

Evergreen Elm, Inc.
71 Main Street, Suite 303
Bradford, PA 16701

Please make checks payable to Evergreen Elm Garden Fund.

For more information Phone: 814-362-6853



The Selke Biodynamic Cherry Tomato, the RC Ratatouille and the Elm Street Early ( formerly Pearplum ) are the best tasting, most prolific tomato producing plants you'll ever grow - if you follow our planting dates, transplanting dates and build your hill according to our instructions. They are irrefutable proof of the scientific concepts of Dr. Rudolf Steiner gives the world in his book Agriculture.

AT RIGHT: Evergreen Elm's Biodynamic Master Gardener L. A. Rotheraine with a single SELKE BIODYNAMIC CHERRY TOMATO - it has a special seed strain that is as important as planting dates and unique hilling system. The stellar enhanced seed strain produces 12-foot plants that can yeild over 2000 tomatoes!
Photo by Francie Long, Bradford Era

AT LEFT:
From left - Highland Star Seed's blue ribbon tomato strains: Selke Biodynamic Cherry Tomato, Elm Street Early (formerly Pearplum), and RC Ratatouille.
Photo by Rodger Comes

HIGHLANDS STAR SEED
P. O. BOX 990
BRADFORD, PA 16701

Please list approximate day you'll set seedlings outdoors. Note: We're sorry, but we can only ship seed orders to the United States at this time!


Rotheraine's Organic Tomatoes - rotheraine.com
ABOVE:
Highland Star Seed's stellar enhanced RC Ratatouille Tomato plant is stronger, larger, and more productive than a beefsteak or its original Belgian strain.
Photo by Roger Comes

Rotheraines Organic Tomatoes  

L. A. Rotheraine, Evergreen Elm's Master Gardener gave Jeff Neatrour of Crosby a baby Selke Biodynamic Cherry Tomato Plant, through his friend Donny Gustafson. These are the results. Neatrour grew the plant from table scraps and soil. The plant reached 12 feet tall and Neatrour picked 2,828 tomatoes off the plant. The girl next to the plant is Neatrour's granddaughter, Payton Kaziska, 3.

Rotheraine's Organic Tomatoes - rotheraine.com

The Selke Biodynamic Cherry Tomato grown indoors: The seed and plant of this unusual species contains forces that Emil Bock, in his book, The Three Years, calls "the cosmic sphere of sunlit clouds, air and wind..."

 

Winners
Some members of Evergreen Elm's Biodynamic gardening team pose for us at their garden location in Bradford, PA on August 24th. The gardeners won big again in the August 2007 McKean County Fair competition. They won 24 first place blue ribbons, one third place white and two fourth place yellow ribbons out of 29 entries during the fair. Their Master Gardener, L.A. Rotheraine attributed their success this year to teamwork, hard work, and the Biodynamic Field and Garden Spray. Of the 24 blues, says Rotheraine, the most important for all biodynamic and organic growers throughout the world is the first place taken in the cherry tomato competition. Our Selke Biodynamic Cherry Tomato can become the standard bearer against the genetic engineering and terminator seed companies. It cannot be duplicated by the technology these companies use. Only the biodynamic agricultural science as deployed by Evergreen Elm and our special method of producing tomato seeds can create this superior plant.


 

Why we need your help:

Since the inception of the garden we had been able to cover the cost out of the general operating budget. Recently the state informed us that the garden was not a billable or allowable expense, thus leaving us with the question, “How to keep this great program operating for those we serve, the staff and the community who benefit in so many ways from the garden?”


Our Board of Directors and individuals are asking for support from our friends in the community to help keep this vital program alive.


We greatly appreciate your consideration in supporting this vital program.

THANK YOU!


Donations to the Evergreen Elm Garden Fund can be sent to:

Evergreen Elm, Inc.
71 Main Street, Suite 303
Bradford, PA 16701

Please make checks payable to Evergreen Elm Garden Fund.

For more information Phone: 814-362-6853

 


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