MADE IN THE SHADE: Attorney Bill Byrne (left, with his grandson) started Shady Lady Farm with wife Betty in 2002. The two buy an heirloom mix from a seed house, and favor the giant Mortgage Lifter for sale, along with hybrid Mountain Spring varieties for buyers who want to cook or can their tomatoes. This year, their tomatoes should arrive by the end of the July, which is much later than usual.

Photo by David Luttrell

MADE IN THE SHADE: Attorney Bill Byrne (left, with his grandson) started Shady Lady Farm with wife Betty in 2002. The two buy an heirloom mix from a seed house, and favor the giant Mortgage Lifter for sale, along with hybrid Mountain Spring varieties for buyers who want to cook or can their tomatoes. This year, their tomatoes should arrive by the end of the July, which is much later than usual.

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