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Old July 10, 2012   #23
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Originally Posted by tam91 View Post
Well I probably will not be having tomatillos this year.

In two locations I put one regular tomatillo and 1 purple tomatillo.

Except, the purple tomatillos appear to be tomato plants. I thought they looked like tomato plants. The nursery said they got the seed from Tomato Growers Supply, and all of them are the same. Looks like a giant batch of wrong seed. Great (not).
I know you aren't but some people may read it that way.
The seeds may have gotten mixed up by the help at the nursery by some part time help.
Maybe not.
You just never know.

A tomatillo looks very different from a tomato plant.

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