tgplp
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Thergj- oh gosh, so many varieties to choose from!!! :D this is only my 3rd year growing tomatoes. I'd say just get a random pack of seeds and see how it works for you! ;)


Today I caged/staked my outdoor tomatoes. Sungold now has a few flowers, I hope they can set fruit in this weather!!! :/ my fingers are crossed.


Taryn

graham
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Mine are going in the ground tomorrow afternoon. I am growiing Black Krim, Bloody Butcher, Better Boy, and Sweet 100. I'm growing them up a trellis.

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SPierce
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My yellow pear tomato seedlings have doubled in size over night. Woo hoo!

Although, i still have 2 seedlings I'm not quite what to do with, since i have no room for them in the garden, and I'm going away for a week. Ugh.

tgplp
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I just looked at the Woodinville weather report: as far as the eye can see (10 days) it is 50 degrees and rainy. :( how will my flowering plants set fruit now? ;( but... That didnt stop me from buying two more plants at the farmers market! No, I don't have room for them. But they're so big and flower-buddy! I got Chocolate Cherry and Super Sweet 100. Anyone know about these guys?

How are your tomatoes? Everyone join in! :D

Taryn

tgplp
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First fruit set of the year! It's a Sungold. :D

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