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Old May 26, 2017   #4
Fritz77
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I tried to grow gilbertie last season but it didn't work. On one hand they got a bad spot in the garden growing next to some zucchini plants that almost smothered them. Then they got some blight and started dying one after another. Only one plant barely survived and produced just 2 tomatoes which taste bland to me.
This variety won't be back in my garden.
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