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Does anyone have pics of Brandywine tomato seeds..story with in

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Post  Ha-v-v on 7/30/2010, 5:58 pm

Ok the reason I was asking for pictures of Brandywine seeds and it would be nice if someone had pictures of the japanese eggplant. I will my dilemma. lolol

I harvested brandywine seeds from a tomato my neighbor gave me. I had them drying on my desk. I now have the cute little tiny ziplocs (1.00 for 100 at walmart) I go to get the seeds and forget I had egg plant ones too, I have only one set in front of me. I havent found the others yet and may not if I know the situation:) (Im falling a part).. lololol

I was googling for those seed pictures and Im not finding them.
Thanks ahead of time
Ha-v-v

P.S.
I did look at the seeds I got from Dixie, they look a like. Now to find the other batch of seeds argggg.


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Post  Wyldflower on 7/30/2010, 6:27 pm

Oh my... that's got to be frustrating... it would be REALLY frustrating next year if you planted tomato seeds thinking you are getting eggplant, and vice versa!

I found these two pages that show tomato seeds and eggplant seeds. (scroll down almost to the bottom on the tomato seed page)

I hope this solves your dilemma!
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Post  Ha-v-v on 7/30/2010, 6:44 pm

I hope this solves your dilemma!

Wyldflower,
Thank you !! The seeds I do have are the tomato seeds. The egg plant seeds look nothing like this.

Im just feeling overwhelmed and this is something that could make me cry.. I hate that lolololol

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