Surprise Tomatoes

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Surprise Tomatoes

Postby andi » Fri Feb 24, 2012 11:59 am

Bought our home nearly five years ago from an elderly Italian woman who had devoted the entire back yard to fruit and vegies. We re-did to a more 'normal'garden but every summer tomato seedlings have been popping up in the same spot in the front yard. Normally just pulled them out but this year I decided to pot some up. They are now giving me a bumper crop, no idea what variety they are but much more prolific than the advanced 'patio' variety I bought this year. Looking forward to fried green tomatoes my dad used to make me 30 years ago.
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Re: Surprise Tomatoes

Postby Modesty » Thu Apr 12, 2012 10:40 am

From seeds they are also going to be well adapted to your soil and area, you may have something new that has cross bred, or a heritage tomato.

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