Welcome to Tomato Geeks!
Here at Tomato Geeks we offer one of the largest variety of organically grown tomato plants available (800 and counting). Many are very rare and hard to find. But we have connections all over the world and during the off season we search for those rare and exotic varieties for you. As you can see we have quite the collection just waiting for you to take them home. Many are very limited so we suggest if you see something you like to pre-order it. They don’t last long! And it will be here waiting when your ready.
How big are the plants?
Keep in mind when you look at our prices that these are very rare hard to find varieties. Also they are not the tiny plants you find in the big box stores but 6-12 inch plants ready to go into the ground.
Do you ship plants?
No. We are sorry but we are a small family owed business and are very busy in the spring through summer months. If you are interested in having plants ready for pick up we ask you pre-order early (orders must be placed by March 15) or contact us to make arrangements. Due to rarity of some varieties we only plant to order so as we don’t waste seed. Please allow 8 weeks before your planting time so the plants will be big and healthy.
Where are you located?
We are at 203 South St. in Schoolcraft, MI. 49087
Coming from Three Rivers we are the first street before the tracks going into town. If you cross the tracks you went to far. Coming from Portage we are the first street right after you cross the tracks. Below is a map showing our exact location.
Is there a limit on how many plants you can buy?
No there is no limit, however the more you buy the cheaper they are!
Do you use pesticides or chemicals?
No we grow completely organically.
When can I order plants?
You can order plants anytime after June 1st for the following season.
We will take your paid pre-order and your plants will be ready for pickup after May 1st. Just let us know your coming and your plants will be waiting for you. In order to meet the May 1st. deadline orders must be in by March 15th.
How do I find my Planting Zone?
Click here to find your planting zone.