2022 Plant Sale – Now concluded!

Our 2022 Plant sale is now over. Thank you for your support and we look forward to offering many new plants next year!

We now have plants ready for sale.  Right now we only recommend you buy cold hardy plants, unless you have a cold frame or other way to keep tender plants, like tomatoes, warm on cool nights. Herbs, like cilantro, dill, and parsley should be fine to plant now.  

We can make free evening deliveries to Baldwin, Whitehall, South Park, and Bethel Park. To arrange a delivery, call 412-715-1469 or email scott@meneelyfarms.com.

This is what is available for purchase right now:

Herbs:  Cilantro, Dill, and Parsley (soon to come rosemary, culantro, and basil which at this point are too small to sell) $3 per seedling

Tomatoes ($4 per seedling):  

Tomato seedling in a small pot stands about 9 inches high and is branching out to the side.
Tomato seedlings come in 2″x2″pots. Here is an example to demonstrate size.

Black Cherry Tomato

Small pile of cherry tomatoes with one cut open revealing the inner purple flesh.
Wonderful, dark, juicy cherry tomatoes.

Lovely deep purple color makes for an interesting cherry tomato.

  • Heirloom with rich mahogany or purple color
  • Productive – Many 1-1.5” fruits grow in dense clusters
  • Very sweet!

Cherokee Purple Tomato

Basket full of large ripe tomatoes

Wonderful, plump, and juicy heirloom.

  • Wonderful multi shaded fruit with hues of red, pink, and purple.
  • Sweet taste great for sandwiches and salads.
  • Taste test winner at many competitions throughout the country

Red Brandywine Tomato

Large brandywine style tomato.
Who wouldn’t want a slice of this on a sandwich?
  • Flavorful, not acidic, great for eating fresh!
  • Large, lobed, and beefsteak like
  • Due to large fruits must have some form of support (steak, cage, or trellis)

Tomato – Beefsteak

Pile of large, ripe tomatoes.
Beefsteak – A summer staple
  • Large and juicy
  • Perfect for fresh eating
  • Great for burgers, sandwiches, and salsa

Toma Verde Tomatillo

Tomatillos with split husks still on.
Ready for salsa verde?
  • Early variety
  • Exceptionally sweet for a tomatillo
  • Sprawling plant requires staking or caging

Peppers: Our peppers are still not ready for sale. We are growing 17 varieties this year! We can’t wait to share these unique and heirloom peppers with you soon!

Landscaping plants:

Weigelas: Rubidor, Rosea, and Varietata (pictures and pricing to come)

Lavender: Munstead

We take cash, Venmo, or Paypal. If you’re interested in picking up or seeing seedlings, contact us to set up a time. We wish you all the best this gardening season.

Published by scottmeneely

Gardener passionate about organic gardening, fresh food, sustainable landscaping, home brewing, and much more! Our nursery also includes my wife and 2 kids. We work together, learn together, and travel together. My wife is Panamanian and we try to grow lots of good Latin American ingedients. We live in Baldwin, Pennsylvania in the South Hills of Pittsburgh.

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