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Post  newbeone on 1/10/2018, 10:17 am

Hi Roseanne Welcome to the Forum, As far as high heat and tomatoes the best one I've come up with is the Red Cherry tomato, the one I have are from Ferry Morse, Enjoy the Forum there's a lot of good people on it.
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Post  brianj555 on 1/10/2018, 8:41 pm

I had good luck with “heatwave” ( determinate) and celebrity’s this summer.  The Celebrity is determinate but is said to keep producing like an indeterminate.  It is true .
South Mississippi gets pretty hot in the summer. I don’t think we went over 100 much if at all, but it stays in the 90’s all of July and August.
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Post  walshevak on 1/16/2018, 6:03 am

@alicesplace wrote:Thanks Sue and Sanderson. Actually my name is Roseanne, but that was taken so I chose Alice because I think I'm Alice in Wonderland!

I'm planning on a winter garden this year with my mm in my sfg    Just sent away yesterday for seeds so I xcited about receiving them.   The company is called the seed collection and they sell organic heirloom etc for $1 per packet. I really applaud,what they are doing..  so far I have 10 sq feet.   I am also a rose gardener and have a cottagish garden at the back although it looks more like a building site.  I'm working towards it.   I'm house sitting at the moment so can't take a pic of my sfg but have some of my roses.    How  do I upload a photo please.  

I would love to start a Perth au thread.  There was a certified instructor named Nick Bell from Perth but I thInk he must have died as I can't find anything current on him.  There was an article in the newspaper and photos of his beautiful garden.   He was about 89"from memory.  

Greetings from oz

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Welcome to the forum.  May I suggest click on HOME and scroll down to the international regional forums.  There is one for Australia.  Click on that and then start a new topic as your main posting thread about your garden.  You will also see a lot of post from Australia.

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