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High heat tolerant tomatoes

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

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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