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[Tomato Dirt #243] Gifts for Gardeners, Part 2: Canners and Dehydrators
November 18, 2021
Tomato Dirt Newsletter
Canners and dehydrators make great gifts.
Plus, if you’re looking for other gift ideas for gardeners or if you want to make a list for Santa, check out other handy kitchen gear like scales, drying racks, pickling crocks, tomato presses, kitchen snips … even cheese making kits and other DIY kits from our good friends at Garden Supply.
They’ve also got plenty of tutorials you can use to DIY dried flowers … storing apples … making pepper jelly or tomato chutney or your own Bloody Mary mix.
Browse the dozens of different check out the kitchen and gardening gadgets offered to Tomato Dirt readers from our friends at Gardener’s Supply. Have fun!
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If you or someone you know likes fresh tomatoes and other fresh fruits and vegetables, then a canner or a dehydrator is a great gift. Both canners and dehydrators come at a range of price points and with different features.
Which should you choose? Here’s the dirt.
Check out FAQs for canning tomatoes and FAQs for drying tomatoes …
… and get more fun ideas on our Tomato Dirt Pinterest Board.
You’ll be able to diagnose pest and disease problems using step by step priceless information, illustrated with 260 full color photos.
Get the book and you’ll also get 6 free bonuses, including the Family Tomato Cookbook and a database of 1300 varieties of tomatoes. More details here.
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Get more tips for growing tomatoes on our Tomato Growing Tips Pinterest board.
It’s autumn. And that’s a perfect time to build the shed you’ve been dreaming about.
And now you can get Ryan’s Shed Plans at a special discount. (Check it out here.)
Ryan Henderson has taught more than 4,000 people to build professional looking sheds. He has even taught absolute newbies – those without ANY experience at all.
Each of his plans includes a complete materials list, step-by-step directions, and photos and instructions. No extra trips to Home Depot or Lowe’s. You won’t be guessing whether you’ve got it right not.
Why not take time this fall to build the shed you’ve wanted and needed … and save a bundle in the process?
Check out Ryan’s Shed Plans here.
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