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Intriguing VOLUNTEER tomato seedlings

My not-quite-finished-compost I spread around the garden beds were not weed-free ... and I have some REALLY interiguing VOLUNTEER tomato seedlings that I will keep and grow as long as they don’t get overwhelmed by soil-borne fungal disease :D

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- wispy skinny leaves usually indicate hearts or elongated/pointed fruits
- look at these antho/purple foliage and stems. The one with wispy foliage could be Sergeant Pepper’s
- AAAAND VARIEGATED leaves this early promises pretty significant variegation in the next several pairs of true leaves


— is anyone else letting their volunteer tomato seedlings grow?
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Re: Intriguing VOLUNTEER tomato seedlings

Eight HIGH POTENTIAL variegated foliage tomatoes — these are actually all volunteers :D

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