Sunday, April 3, 2011

It's time


Cherokee Purple
Old German
Brandywine
Sun Sugar Cherry

8 comments:

  1. And here I sit trying to decide which seeds to start for transplants ;->

    This is a BIG country with quite a variety of climates and cultures. Nothing like gardening to show that in a tangible way.

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  2. Lisa--Gardening and the internet. ;-D

    Good luck with your seeds!

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  3. lucky you...I have until late May for tomatoes

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  4. I have been thinking I was running late in planting tomatoes. I guess I better get with it.

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  5. WAH. We're back in the 30s tonight (70s yesterday). It's gonna be while for us yet, too.

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  6. Even the names evoke promise of delights to come. I am just about to transplant my seedlings into bigger pots.

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  7. I followed your lead. I have planted these same plants. I did them in pots, so I could control the sun exposure. Thanks for the tips. The Ant

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  8. I have 'Cherokee Purple' and I think 'Sun Sugar' which appears to be a derivative of 'Sungold.' I hope it tastes half as good as SG. I also planted 'Super Steak' 'Big Beef' 'Green Zebra' and some others. Tomato season here we come. One has already been eaten by a cutworm because I didn't get the tag close enough to the stem.~~Dee

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