Marsha Goldberg: Purple Calabash Tomatoes

Climate Change and How a Tomato Changed its Colour

by BC Farms & Food  -  Permalink
December 8, 2013

Longtime seed savers like Marsha Goldberg of Eagleridge Seeds on Salt Spring Island, have the opportunity to closely observe changes in nature. As climate changes, heritage plants are adapting to new conditions. Here, Marsha Goldberg describes the transformations she’s seen in heirloom Purple Calabash Tomatoes.

More videos:
Marsha Goldberg: Protecting Heritage Seeds

Marshmallow Root: A Food That Might Have Prevented the Irish Potato FamineMarsha Goldberg: A Food That Might Have Prevented the Irish Potato Famine

The Seeds of SustainabilityThe Seeds of Sustainability: How Plant Diversity Can Ensure Our Future

Flowers, beets and chard grow side by side in this diverse cool-weather garden. Grow a Climate Change Resilient GardenGrow a Climate Change Resilient Garden

10 Tips for Year-Round Vegetable Gardens10 Tips for Year-Round Vegetable Gardens

No comments yet

Leave a Reply

Note: Your email address will never be published.

Subscribe to this comment feed via RSS