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Old January 13, 2020   #46
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My wife's maiden name is Santa Maria, and I purchased seeds just for the heck if it a couple of years ago, and never planted them. I looked up Santa Maria on the internet, and found this thread. I also found Heidi in the same search. I plan to plant both this year. The internet is an amazing tool.
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Old January 13, 2020   #47
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How comes Santa Maria, compared with Heidi?
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Santa Maria is a much larger plant with much larger fruits. Both taste very good fresh but I think Santa Maria is juicier and more flavorful. Heidi makes up for size in the amazing number of tomatoes per plant.
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