rlittleton
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Tomato girl did you get my pm?

Dixana
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I use cut up strips of reflective tape made for trucks/trailers to mark my plants. I have never had a problem with the sharpie washing off, but I do write on both sides of the tape just in case. On cage/trellis plants I just wrap the tape around and stick it to itself and on everything else I use a metal wire wrapped around some part of the plant. I tried sticks and PVC pipe in the past and that WOULD have worked if not for my stupid dog....
I can garauntee you'll never bury a plant marker again tho cuz on a sunny day they sometimes blind you!!!

tomato_girl
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rlittleton, you have a pm.

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You have lithuanian tomatoe- I am lithuanian, so I have to get it. I hope it is not large variety(meaning like beefstake, because my garden is 1 mile from the beach, and large ones don't get enough heat to ripen or take forever to ripen.

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Lithuanian, ah? :D

Lithuanian crested pink is actually one of my favourite tomatoes. Let's say it's in the top 5.

I'll link you my source:
https://tatianastomatobase.com/wiki/Lithuanian_Crested_Pink

Check the tomatoes on my list if you find something that is good for your climate.

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Wow! They are interesting, aren't they? Kind of large, but hey, I can wait untill they get ripe even in September. Tomatoegirl, you will make me to raise tomatoe number 5 in my small plot, and after overdoing it last year, I promised myself to reduce tomatoes. Maybe I will pull one out from the ones I already have. :shock:

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What else besides jicama you would love from my seeds?

tomato_girl
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Joyfirst wrote:Tomatoegirl, you will make me to raise tomatoe number 5 in my small plot, and after overdoing it last year, I promised myself to reduce tomatoes. Maybe I will pull one out from the ones I already have. :shock:
Hahaha. Come on, you can squeeze it a corner. :wink:
What else besides jicama you would love from my seeds?
Hmm, let me think... Can you write me (pm) your list of cucumbers? Thanks.

:P

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tn_veggie_gardner
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tomato: Did we ever finalize our trade? I don't think we did, but I don't remember. I think I was still waiting for you to reply to my last message. I'm sstill very interested in a trade. LMK. =)

- Steve

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tn_veggie_gardner wrote:tomato: Did we ever finalize our trade? I don't think we did, but I don't remember. I think I was still waiting for you to reply to my last message. I'm sstill very interested in a trade. LMK. =)

- Steve
Steve, the seeds are shipped. pm on the way....

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If someone will be checking my list in the future I'd just like to let you know that I'm interested in a trade at any time of the year, so feel free to write me a pm. I'm always happy to trade seeds. :P

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Adding:

Bird house gourd
Thai ornamental gourd
Ornamental gourds mix
Giant marrow
Edible squash: Golden nugget, Butternut, Turk's turban and 20+ more varieties

Californian poppy
Spartium junceum
Datura Metel
Alcea rasea var. nigra
Cistus - Laurifolius, Albidus, Grayswood pink, incanus
Ornamental allium
Blue delfinium
Tiger lilly
Devil's claw
Pinus sibirica

Cucumber - Red hmong, Sikkim

Eggplants - Kermit, Rotonda bianca sfumata di rosa, Black beauty, Thailand-whitish, Plate brush

rlittleton
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I got your package today, thank you again. I cant wait to put them out.

tomato_girl
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I'm glad the seeds made it safely!

Joyfirst
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My arrived too. Isn't it fun that seeds are so small and yet it is all we need to get fun plants!

Paperboy
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Love some Cherokee Purple seeds

Hey from south Florida, Douglas here, would love some of your Cherokee Purple tomato seeds if you are trading some. U can check out my list and see if there is anything u would like. Thank you.

wymansmind
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Would you be interested in swapping for some Charentais melon seeds?

barnercora
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tomato_girl wrote:I have to apologize for my absence (sowin, trading..you know! :lol: ).

barnercora, those are all tomato varieties I grew last year (some are missing due to low quantities) - I actually grew about 300 varieties but I couldn't save all the seeds (lots of work and I was pretty fed up with seed saving).

Ozark Lady,
regular leaf tomato varieties usually don't cross. You just have to keep some distance between them and it'll be ok. I plant them about 70cm apart (2.27 feet) and it's always ok. I plant the potato leaf varieties in other parts of the garden (they are just a few varieties each year) so I keep them a little bit apart.

If you get an interesting mix just take some photos, save the seeds and try groing them next year - you may get a new variety!

Wow, you are the "TOMATO QUEEN" from now on to me.

tomato_girl
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Hey guys!

I haven't been around for a while. Just send me a pm! I will get back to you soon - I've got to sort my seeds. This season was quite bad.

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