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Old February 28, 2018   #1
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Default HEB Tomato & Pepper Plants

HEB has Buy 2 plants (4" Pot) at $1.50 each - get one free. Squash as well. Had some varieties - Cherokee Purple, Black Krim, Black Prince, SunGold, Phoenix. Good quality plants - similar to Chef Jeff's

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Old February 28, 2018   #2
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It is where I get mine now.

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Old March 1, 2018   #3
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While I agree with you two, I did notice something last Wednesday when the high was around 35F. The tomato plants at the local HEB were outside in cold rain. Each store is different with people of all ages making decisions, and most of the employees are probably not gardeners.

The price is good, and gardeners know a healthy looking plant from one that's not.
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