dustyrivergardens
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there are several variety's of tomatoes with a peach fuzz to them. lol that's what it looks like to me.

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Pretty cool hairy tomato plant.

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dustyrivergardens wrote:there are several variety's of tomatoes with a peach fuzz to them. lol that's what it looks like to me.
Yeah I see. But it is weird considering all my other tomatoes are no where close!

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Yes, some kind of sport / mutation or else a seed of some other variety that accidentally got slipped in the packet.
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dustyrivergardens
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save the seed send me a dozen or so....what kind were they suppose to be

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Furry that so funny good luck



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