The Slasher Movies and Adult Film Title Seed Collection

For the gardener with an unsophisticated sense of humor. Myself included. Tomato’s tend to dominate this theme.

  • ‘Black Seaman’ Tomato – No matter how I say it “seaman” always gets a snicker from the audience when I mention it in presentations and workshops.
  • ‘Blow Fleisch’ Tomato – Huh?
  • ‘Janet’s Little Sugar’ Tomato – Somehow putting “sugar” in the name leads to an unintended conclusion.
  • ‘Magnum’ Tomato – I tried to stay away from the countless big, huge, giant etc jokes.
  • ‘Pik’s Yogo’ Tomato – I don’t know what it means but it sounds like I’m getting too much information. Sort of like Oprah’s va-jay-jay.
  • ‘Amateur’s Dream’ Tomato
  • ‘Cream of Saskatchewan’ Melon
Gayla Trail
Gayla is a writer, photographer, and former graphic designer with a background in the Fine Arts, cultural criticism, and ecology. She is the author, photographer, and designer of best-selling books on gardening, cooking, and preserving.

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11 thoughts on “The Slasher Movies and Adult Film Title Seed Collection

  1. Gayla! You are so neat! You crack me up. Your book finally arrived in the mail yesterday. I’m half way through it. When are you writing the next one? :)

  2. Oh my god, ‘Cream of Saskatchewan’??? Wow, I am not sure that I want to eat that :) This is the funniest post ever!

  3. Hilarious! Who knew gardening could be SOOOO funny!
    Love it!
    I cater with a friend and I want to offer “arrangements”…there’s one for ya! We have a small plot of land…mostly sun, I want to grow hydrangeas (we do have some shade), day lilies, star gazers, peruvian lilies, etc. Can you please give me more (better?) suggestions for hardy, fast growing cut flowers that get bigger year after year? I’m in Petaluma, CA, zone 9, I believe. Thx a “bunch” (hahahaha) Vikki

  4. What about “Box Car willy” and “Cream Sausage”? giggle. I know, I’m really mature…

  5. I am assuming ‘Blow Fleisch’ Tomato is a dark-colored tomato. From my experience with German, I think it was originally supposed to be ‘Blau Fleisch’, or ‘blue flesh’ and something got lost in the translation or the spelling.

  6. 1970`s Garden Humor.

    1.Lettuce Turnup and Pea.

    2.This Garden Hoe only cost 5 bucks

    3.Thats a mighty fine Manure Spreader.

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