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kayjay
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Re: Heirloom seed swap!

I PMed you, TomatoGirl. If anyone's interested in Brandywine (including the one that did really well/early in a container), Rutgers or Red Robin, PM me. I also have some peppers: Mini Orange Bell and Early CalWonder.
KayJay
Toronto 'burbs, zone 5b

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TomatoGirl
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Re: Heirloom seed swap!

KayJay and RadRob your seeds are being mailed out today.
Please let me know how they do for you :)

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Gary350
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Re: Heirloom seed swap!

It has been 20 years since I experimented with heirloom tomatoes. I found what we like and that is all I grow not sure I have any seeds you might want. I have Drumstick seeds from Taiwan they make beautiful trees that need to come inside the house in winter frost will kill them. Planting a new seed every spring is easier for me. 50 pack of seeds on ebay is 99 cents.

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kayjay
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Re: Heirloom seed swap!

TomatoGirl, the seeds germinated really nicely, but I managed to ruin the plants with bad soil in the containers. It was like swamp mud. Combine that with the miserable cold and rainy spring we had, and I was lucky to get a few tomatoes. I did get enough to save seeds, though. I can't wait to try again next year.

I'd love to do this again over the winter. :) Maybe we can update later on and have another exchange.
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Toronto 'burbs, zone 5b

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