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  1. Steve Worley said

    Hi, My name is Steve and I’m ADDICTED to TOMATO.

  2. Mike said

    Nice web site and pictures! … I’m ready to go!

    Last year I planted the lawn variety Big Boy / Early Girl tomatoes. This year I’d like to try a couple heirloom varieties. I think I’d like to try the Aussie and Black Cherry. Looking for a tasty tomato, somewhat showy on the vine (want to impress the neighbors!). How do I order tomatoes from you?


    • huntoften said

      If you truly want to impress them…I can help you make them drool! For amazing flavor, go with one of the “blacks” such as Cherokee Purple or Carbon. For uniqe looks and awesome flavor, go with any of the Wild Boar Farm tomatoes I have…Berkeley Tie Dye Pink is a clear winner for looks and taste. As for the cherries…Black Cherry and Sungold (hybrid) will make for super snacks. Aussie is a BIG tomato, but production can be low if we have high heat again this summer. Just send me an e-mail at jworley1@hotmail.com with your varieties and quantity and I’ll send you a reminder when they are ready to pick up at the end of April. Thanks!

  3. Dale C. Schiedel said

    I am 68 years old and not a computer person, could give me a address or phone number as to how to reach your place ,to buy ghost pepper plants. Last year I tryed to grow 6 or 7 plants from seed, but they did not grow very fast, plus rabits eating them off did not help. E-mail add. daleschiedel@att.net or home phone 913-829-5855, or cell 816-718-8461. I live in Olathe.THANKS.

  4. G Barner said

    Bought tomatoes herbs and couple cucumbers last week from you. ONe cuke is fine but one wilted after only 2 days in the ground. Do you still have cukes for sale? I’d like 2 buy 2 more more. We can come by this week.


    G Barner

    • huntoften said

      Sorry about that cuke…i can replace it, but I only have 2 or 3 cucumber plants left. Let me know what evening you’d like to stop by.

  5. James, though you’d be interested in this: http://www.tallahassee.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013130328009

  6. Michelle said

    HI. My name is Michelle Cook. I got your name from Julie Sample. She tells me you have tomato, pepper plants for sale. Was wondering when I can come by and buy some. Are you open today? Sunday, May 12?

  7. Derek Wiles said

    Steve, my friend (& yours too) Suzanne Frizze (sp) AKA Meadowlark Acres mentioned that you may have ghost pepper plants to sell? I missed out on Suzanne’s plant sale and need to find some for father’s day.. can you help?

    Thank you


    • huntoften said

      Sorry Derek…I am out of ghost pepper plants, but have some Thai Hot and Yellow Devil’s tongue plants left.

  8. Amy Harris said


    I came across your site. I live a few blocks from you on 98th st. and am super into growing heirloom tomatoes also. We have about half an acre that I grow on and I also sell plants (mostly just to several total repeat customers and friends). I would love to chat sometime about plants if you ever have time.


    • huntoften said

      Awesome Amy! Stop by one day and we can talk tomato!

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