Reynoldsburg, one of Columbus’ fastest growing eastside suburbs, has a long and rich history of horticulture with Tomatoes being the literal fruit of those labours. Alexander W. Livingston, born in Reynoldsburg in 1822, is credited with propagating the first modern-day produce tomatoes from select wild varieties of the plant. Livingston founded and operated the Livingston Seed Company on a seventy acre plot of land east of Graham Rd. The Livingston House still stands to this day as a historic monument. Reynoldsburg has grown significantly in size and density since those early days and is now one of the most popular suburbs in the Columbus area. Visit Blacklick Park for a day of nature in one of Columbus’ oldest metro parks complete with a 72 par Golf Course.