A local nursery opened its doors to the public in a new and juicy way.
W&W Nursery held its tomato tasting event to show visitors the difference between store bought and home grown vegetables. Those attending tasted and then rated the tomatoes and also had a chance to sample recipes from local chefs. Organizers say this is a way for area residents to discover that they have more choices when it comes to their produce.
Ken Williams, owner of W&W Nursery says: "It just tastes better. You know what's in it. They're not gassed or picked early. The flavor's there and it's a lot healthier for you."
The nursery is opened Monday through Friday 9-5 and Saturdays 9-4. More information about what it has to offer can be found on the website: wwnursery.com.
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