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Old 01-02-2003, 02:32 PM
Ralph D.
 
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A few years back, there was frequently a link posted in the garden groups to
a guy in, I think, Maryland who had a very basic site with a gazillion
varieties of heirloom tomato seeds for sale, dirt cheap. I think he just
plopped a few in an envelope and sent them off.

I got disgusted last fall and swore I would never do a veggie garden again
after three straight years of exasperating weather conditions and failed to
save any of my seeds. Oooooops :-) I think I'll probably never stop planting
veggies and can't figure what ever came over me.

Anyhowz... I need a new supply of seeds and am not about to spend what the
commercial sites want for a few seeds and hope that someone can come up with
this guy's link for me.

Anyone????





thanks


ralph



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Old 01-02-2003, 04:44 PM
zhanataya
 
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On Sat, 1 Feb 2003 09:32:29 -0500, "Ralph D."
wrote:

A few years back, there was frequently a link posted in the garden groups to
a guy in, I think, Maryland who had a very basic site with a gazillion
varieties of heirloom tomato seeds for sale, dirt cheap. I think he just
plopped a few in an envelope and sent them off.

I got disgusted last fall and swore I would never do a veggie garden again
after three straight years of exasperating weather conditions and failed to
save any of my seeds. Oooooops :-) I think I'll probably never stop planting
veggies and can't figure what ever came over me.

Anyhowz... I need a new supply of seeds and am not about to spend what the
commercial sites want for a few seeds and hope that someone can come up with
this guy's link for me.

Anyone????





thanks


ralph


Maybe Gary Ibsen at http://www.tomatofest.com

zhan
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Old 01-02-2003, 05:04 PM
Steve & Paulette Lashley
 
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"Ralph D." wrote in message
...
A few years back, there was frequently a link posted in the garden groups

to
a guy in, I think, Maryland who had a very basic site with a gazillion
varieties of heirloom tomato seeds for sale, dirt cheap. I think he just
plopped a few in an envelope and sent them off.

I got disgusted last fall and swore I would never do a veggie garden again
after three straight years of exasperating weather conditions and failed

to
save any of my seeds. Oooooops :-) I think I'll probably never stop

planting
veggies and can't figure what ever came over me.

Anyhowz... I need a new supply of seeds and am not about to spend what the
commercial sites want for a few seeds and hope that someone can come up

with
this guy's link for me.

Anyone????


I had the pleasure of meeting Chuck Wyatt, who delivered the seeds I ordered
to my home (I live in WV, near where he grew up). He and his wife were
delightful company. However, Chuck passed away a year or so ago (maybe
longer). He was a wonderful gentleman and will be missed by the gardening
community.


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Old 02-02-2003, 01:32 AM
Pat Brothers
 
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Mr. Wyatt turned up in another thread on this group. His neighbor has
taken up his banner, and is selling his seeds still. the address is
http://www.heirloomtomatoes.net/ or can be turned up by a google search
for Chuck Wyatt. (Sorry, I know I was told how to embed the address in
the post so you could click on it. I will have to go read the
instructions again. Told you I was a slow study.)

Steve & Paulette Lashley wrote:

"Ralph D." wrote in message
...

A few years back, there was frequently a link posted in the garden groups

to

a guy in, I think, Maryland who had a very basic site with a gazillion
varieties of heirloom tomato seeds for sale, dirt cheap. I think he just
plopped a few in an envelope and sent them off.

I got disgusted last fall and swore I would never do a veggie garden again
after three straight years of exasperating weather conditions and failed

to

save any of my seeds. Oooooops :-) I think I'll probably never stop

planting

veggies and can't figure what ever came over me.

Anyhowz... I need a new supply of seeds and am not about to spend what the
commercial sites want for a few seeds and hope that someone can come up

with

this guy's link for me.

Anyone????



I had the pleasure of meeting Chuck Wyatt, who delivered the seeds I ordered
to my home (I live in WV, near where he grew up). He and his wife were
delightful company. However, Chuck passed away a year or so ago (maybe
longer). He was a wonderful gentleman and will be missed by the gardening
community.

Pat Brothers

The Powell House
Wake Forest, NC
USDA Zone 7b



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Old 02-02-2003, 01:51 AM
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Wow. Lookit that. It is blue. You can click onit. Cool. Doh.

Pat Brothers wrote:

Mr. Wyatt turned up in another thread on this group. His neighbor has
taken up his banner, and is selling his seeds still. the address is
http://www.heirloomtomatoes.net/ or can be turned up by a google search
for Chuck Wyatt. (Sorry, I know I was told how to embed the address in
the post so you could click on it. I will have to go read the
instructions again. Told you I was a slow study.)

Steve & Paulette Lashley wrote:

"Ralph D." wrote in message
...

A few years back, there was frequently a link posted in the garden
groups

to

a guy in, I think, Maryland who had a very basic site with a gazillion
varieties of heirloom tomato seeds for sale, dirt cheap. I think he just
plopped a few in an envelope and sent them off.

I got disgusted last fall and swore I would never do a veggie garden
again
after three straight years of exasperating weather conditions and failed

to

save any of my seeds. Oooooops :-) I think I'll probably never stop

planting

veggies and can't figure what ever came over me.

Anyhowz... I need a new supply of seeds and am not about to spend
what the
commercial sites want for a few seeds and hope that someone can come up

with

this guy's link for me.

Anyone????



I had the pleasure of meeting Chuck Wyatt, who delivered the seeds I
ordered
to my home (I live in WV, near where he grew up). He and his wife were
delightful company. However, Chuck passed away a year or so ago (maybe
longer). He was a wonderful gentleman and will be missed by the
gardening
community.

Pat Brothers

The Powell House
Wake Forest, NC
USDA Zone 7b






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Old 02-02-2003, 04:01 AM
Lee Hall
 
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"Steve & Paulette Lashley" wrote in message ...
"Ralph D." wrote in message
...
A few years back, there was frequently a link posted in the garden groups

to
a guy in, I think, Maryland who had a very basic site with a gazillion
varieties of heirloom tomato seeds for sale, dirt cheap. I think he just
plopped a few in an envelope and sent them off.

I got disgusted last fall and swore I would never do a veggie garden again
after three straight years of exasperating weather conditions and failed

to
save any of my seeds. Oooooops :-) I think I'll probably never stop

planting
veggies and can't figure what ever came over me.

Anyhowz... I need a new supply of seeds and am not about to spend what the
commercial sites want for a few seeds and hope that someone can come up

with
this guy's link for me.

Anyone????


I had the pleasure of meeting Chuck Wyatt, who delivered the seeds I ordered
to my home (I live in WV, near where he grew up). He and his wife were
delightful company. However, Chuck passed away a year or so ago (maybe
longer). He was a wonderful gentleman and will be missed by the gardening
community.



Chuck's business has been taken over by a neighbor of his named Donna
and can be found he http://www.heirloomtomatoes.net/
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Old 02-02-2003, 02:04 PM
Cricket
 
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If you still can't find what you're looking for, we have tons of heirloom
veggies.

--
Please see our website of gardening products at
http://www.southernexposure.com

Peace

Cricket
"Ralph D." wrote in message
...
A few years back, there was frequently a link posted in the garden groups

to
a guy in, I think, Maryland who had a very basic site with a gazillion
varieties of heirloom tomato seeds for sale, dirt cheap. I think he just
plopped a few in an envelope and sent them off.

I got disgusted last fall and swore I would never do a veggie garden again
after three straight years of exasperating weather conditions and failed

to
save any of my seeds. Oooooops :-) I think I'll probably never stop

planting
veggies and can't figure what ever came over me.

Anyhowz... I need a new supply of seeds and am not about to spend what the
commercial sites want for a few seeds and hope that someone can come up

with
this guy's link for me.

Anyone????





thanks


ralph





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Old 02-02-2003, 06:52 PM
Ralph D.
 
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yes... i believe this is the source and i thank you for the link and the
others for replying as well.



"Pat Brothers" wrote in message
...
Mr. Wyatt turned up in another thread on this group. His neighbor has
taken up his banner, and is selling his seeds still. the address is
http://www.heirloomtomatoes.net/ or can be turned up by a google search
for Chuck Wyatt. (Sorry, I know I was told how to embed the address in
the post so you could click on it. I will have to go read the
instructions again. Told you I was a slow study.)

Steve & Paulette Lashley wrote:

"Ralph D." wrote in message
...

A few years back, there was frequently a link posted in the garden

groups

to

a guy in, I think, Maryland who had a very basic site with a gazillion
varieties of heirloom tomato seeds for sale, dirt cheap. I think he just
plopped a few in an envelope and sent them off.

I got disgusted last fall and swore I would never do a veggie garden

again
after three straight years of exasperating weather conditions and failed

to

save any of my seeds. Oooooops :-) I think I'll probably never stop

planting

veggies and can't figure what ever came over me.

Anyhowz... I need a new supply of seeds and am not about to spend what

the
commercial sites want for a few seeds and hope that someone can come up

with

this guy's link for me.

Anyone????



I had the pleasure of meeting Chuck Wyatt, who delivered the seeds I

ordered
to my home (I live in WV, near where he grew up). He and his wife were
delightful company. However, Chuck passed away a year or so ago (maybe
longer). He was a wonderful gentleman and will be missed by the

gardening
community.

Pat Brothers

The Powell House
Wake Forest, NC
USDA Zone 7b







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