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Do you plant more than one heirloom tomato a year? Do you worry about cross polination with the different varietys? Babs
please explain what you do to them. We all need to learn to save our heirloom seeds. Babs
I just found a new source for Heirloom tomato seeds. They start shipping in Oct. for the 2011 growing season. They have many varietys listed. There is a picture and a nice explanation of each tomatoes size and other info. www.appalachianseeds.com Check it out, Babs
I had a major crop of tomatoes this year here in So. Calif., much more than we could eat from six plants. I had 4 heirloom plants and 2 hybrid plants. Two of the heirlooms didn't do all that well. One barely grew over 2 ft., and produced few tomatoes. Another produced a few massive-sized tomatoes...
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