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Old December 28, 2018   #16
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Well there's going to be the usual January seed for SASE offer, so look for it. You won't need the stamp.



Karen do they have those multicolored cherries there? Those are pretty reasonable tasting, and they are where I got that store bought bicolor cherry, which was delicious and the taste rivals any cherry I could grow.
Ripening is starting to crank into high gear, I hope I can keep up!
You must get them fresher and maybe less refrigerated travel time once in a while though I do find some good ones, there are some big Canadian greenhouses that produce cherry tomatoes in the off season. Definitely nothing that would rival my home grown though.
I’ll enjoy looking at yours for now
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Old December 28, 2018   #17
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Beautiful pics! Like New Year toys on Christmas trees.

Everybody at work and family loved GGWT from Marsha's seeds offer. Prolific and tasty. Thank you, Marsha!
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Old December 28, 2018   #18
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Wonderful photos!


I certainly hope you add more as the seasons progresses (time permitting, of course).
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Old December 31, 2018   #19
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Fresh pics, most are labeled.
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Continuing on. I put Cherokee Green next to Cherokee Lime, you can really see the difference in Green's yellow epi vs Lime's clear epi.
Cleota Pink is enormous.
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Old December 31, 2018   #21
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And more.
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Old December 31, 2018   #22
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A few more, site is getting finicky about how many films it will take per post.
I'm excited about the beautiful zinnias.
That starfruit tree is so loaded, more than 200 fruit on a 12 ft tall tree.
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A little pot of kale, enough for us. Also an earthbox with 2 different varieties going ripe.
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Old December 31, 2018   #24
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My little cat Carbon. Guess what she's named after?lol!
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Old December 31, 2018   #25
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There are never enough cute gardening cat pictures.
The tomatoes look great, especially the Barlow Jap!
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Old December 31, 2018   #26
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I always enjoy your photos of ripe tomatoes when it's the middle of winter here, Marsha. Have a great New Year!


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Old December 31, 2018   #27
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There are never enough cute gardening cat pictures.
The tomatoes look great, especially the Barlow Jap!
Truth! I never get tired of cat antics!

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I always enjoy your photos of ripe tomatoes when it's the middle of winter here, Marsha. Have a great New Year!


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You are very nice Steve. Thank you.
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Old December 31, 2018   #28
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Wow your zinnias are so pretty!

Is that Siberian kale?
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Old December 31, 2018   #29
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So many good pics. Really hit the spot on a cold rainy day here in Ky. Thanks
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Old December 31, 2018   #30
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The pictures look awesome! I'm jealous! Lol! I hope this coming year is a much better growing year than this past one was. Subtropical storm Alberto slammed my garden beds and when it looked like everything had dried out and recovered we had vicious t-storms 2 wks apart that made mincemeat out of my supports for lots of our plants. I'm glad I wasn't at home. Looking at video I would have been terrified a tornado was coming through.

I love Cherokee Green! How would you rate it in taste, Marsha?
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