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I grew cowlicks last spring and loved it now i want to grow it every year so im trying to stock up on seeds.i looked onTatiana's but to no avail. So I looked at my old seed pack and it came from blue ribbon. I went to the web page but they don't have them.so I'm looking for a reliable seed source to buy a bunch of seeds help
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I grew cowlicks last spring and loved it now i want to grow it every year so im trying to stock up on seeds.i looked onTatiana's but to no avail. So I looked at my old seed pack and it came from blue ribbon. I went to the web page but they don't have them.so I'm looking for a reliable seed source to buy a bunch of seeds help
When you look at Tania's listings you need to look under Brandywines and that's where you will find it

http://t.tatianastomatobase.com/wiki...b=General_Info

But if it were me I'd go to the WANTED SEED subforum and ask if anyone here has seeds they could send you.

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Cowlick's Brandywine is available from several vendors, if you do a google search. Carol Knapp has them, and in my experience, she is generous with her seeds in a pack.
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Charlie, you can PM me for a few seeds.
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But isn,t it OP ? or heirloom ? Most bws ate heirloom. So in that case you could save your own seeds.
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But isn,t it OP ? or heirloom ? Most bws ate heirloom. So in that case you could save your own seeds.
Again,here is tania's link to Cowlicks

http://t.tatianastomatobase.com:88/w...e,_Cowlick%27s

Mike changed the name from how the Cowlick's Nursery described it, but it's still a pink Brandywine as the nursery described it,but no one knows which pink brandywine since there are several so called strains of it.

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At tatianastomatobase it said sold out for 2016
And for 2017 no listing so i dont see anywhere I can place my order
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