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Old January 23, 2019   #61
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I received the seeds today, thank you very much.
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Old January 23, 2019   #62
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10 more packets available.

If you want a packet first post here that you want one, and then send me a PM with your name and address.
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Old January 24, 2019   #63
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Are the bees able to fly as far as Canada? It will met with royal treatment!
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Old January 24, 2019   #64
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Yes. Canada is no problem.
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Old January 24, 2019   #65
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Fred I'll give them a whirl, sounds like really good and most certainly unique tomato!

Have you ever had store bought 'Flavor Bombs' by Sunset? (I have only found them at Sam's Club during the winter, they are greenhouse grown in Michigan.) Those have a crunchy texture, but are by far the most flavorful store bought cherry tomato I've found and we buy them all winter. They store exceptionally well. I wonder if the texture of Green Bee is somewhat similar to those. Just trying to get an idea of what Green Bee is going be like!
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Old January 24, 2019   #66
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I received my seeds also, thank you.
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Old January 24, 2019   #67
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They will definitely not be like Flavor Bombs.

Green Bees have only the slightest hint of non-green pigments.

Send a PM with your address if you want seeds.

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Fred I'll give them a whirl, sounds like really good and most certainly unique tomato!

Have you ever had store bought 'Flavor Bombs' by Sunset? (I have only found them at Sam's Club during the winter, they are greenhouse grown in Michigan.) Those have a crunchy texture, but are by far the most flavorful store bought cherry tomato I've found and we buy them all winter. They store exceptionally well. I wonder if the texture of Green Bee is somewhat similar to those. Just trying to get an idea of what Green Bee is going be like!
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Old January 25, 2019   #68
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my green bee seeds came in the mail today.its to late to plant for this summer but i will plant them in the fall and report how they did.thank you for the seeds
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Old January 25, 2019   #69
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Seeds arrived, thank you Fred!
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Old January 25, 2019   #70
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Seeds arrived today. Thanks Fred.
These will be sowed in the next 3-4 weeks.


Looking forward to them.


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Old January 25, 2019   #71
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Seeds came in today's mail. Thanks Mike
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Old January 25, 2019   #72
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I am watching the mail box for seeds! I am excited to thinks about pickling them.
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Old January 25, 2019   #73
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Arrived in Omaha between snow storms. Hard to believe it is almost time to start seeds. Thank you for your generosity, Fred.



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Old January 26, 2019   #74
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Fred, if you are still offering a trial of the Green Bee, please count me in. Thanks!
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Old January 26, 2019   #75
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Yes. I still have a few packets left. Send me your address via PM


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