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Old 08-02-2003, 08:05 AM
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Default Tomatoes Zone 9 So. Cal, Los Angeles

Does anyone have any tips on good varieties to grow? When should I be planting
the seeds indoord?outdoors?
Helen


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Old 08-02-2003, 03:51 PM
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Does anyone have any tips on good varieties to grow? When should I be planting
the seeds indoord?outdoors?
Helen




Helen,

I started my tomato seeds two weeks ago. All are about an inch now. I have
pineapple, green zebra, super sioux, juliet, black prince. I am going to start
another batch today -- mirabelle, rose de berne, and plum lemon. Also going to
start pepper and eggplants.
The weather in Zone 9/10 has been so mild -- almost too warm. My plant nursery
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Hi,
Your message was cut off by my newsgroup reader, but I was really interested in
hearing what you were doing. Would you mind e-mailing me the message again to
this address?

I noticed that you are growing a fairly large variety of tomatoes. I would
like to do this but it seems that all the seed sellers sell large numbers of
seeds, and it seems like such a waste to buy a whole package when you want to
end up with only a few plants of any one variety. Do you have a source for a
company that sells small packets - or a "mixed package."

Have you planted outside or inside?

Where are you located?
Best
Helen
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Old 15-02-2003, 03:03 PM
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Default Tomatoes Zone 9 So. Cal, Los Angeles

Just an observation, tomato seeds will keep for a good many years if kept dry and
cool. I have some that are 10 years old and still grow fine.

susan

HPBudlong wrote:

Hi,
Your message was cut off by my newsgroup reader, but I was really interested in
hearing what you were doing. Would you mind e-mailing me the message again to
this address?

I noticed that you are growing a fairly large variety of tomatoes. I would
like to do this but it seems that all the seed sellers sell large numbers of
seeds, and it seems like such a waste to buy a whole package when you want to
end up with only a few plants of any one variety. Do you have a source for a
company that sells small packets - or a "mixed package."

Have you planted outside or inside?

Where are you located?
Best
Helen




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