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I still have tomato seeds

Post  dixie on 3/13/2011, 2:01 pm

I don't know if I did it right or not, but I added tomato seeds to the spreadsheet. I l


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Re: I still have tomato seeds

Post  quiltbea on 3/13/2011, 3:02 pm

Dixie,
I am happy to say that I got some of your seeds last year and I plan to start a couple plants this year of which I will choose the hardiest to grow. I have folks waiting in line to take any transplant that makes it but I can't keep.

To date I have 50 tomato varieties I've purchased, from swaps, and wintersown for free so I have many I want to try. Between my SFG and my community garden rows (where I can only plant organic seeds) I can grow only 26 varieties. I decided to grow one of each of 26 so I can experience a large variety and zero in on which I like best.

I also plan to save seeds for next year which means lots of net bags have to be sewn up so I can cover the new blossoms until a tomato appears so they don't get cross-pollinated by bees or other insects. Tomatoes are self-pollinating so I only have to tap the branches for the pollen to spread. Its going to be a busy year this year in my garden.

Thanks again, Dixie, for the Dixie Sweet Heirloom seeds.

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Post  duhh on 3/13/2011, 8:29 pm

Thanks again for the seeds! I have 2 of your tom plants growing right now. They might need another week or two before I put them in the garden. Both hubby and I are excited about them!Thanks!

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Post  selenamorning on 3/31/2011, 6:40 pm

now THAT'S a tomato!!!! Very Happy:D

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