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Old June 8, 2014   #61
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I won't wait until I release my next catalog and have made available seeds for an outstanding Turkish pink variety of which seeds I received from SSE last year. This will be a limited edition but I might make more seeds available as I harvest more fruits. You can find the information available about the variety here: http://www.twoseedsinapod.com/tomato/product/166-turkey
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Old June 8, 2014   #62
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Gee Chance, I am drooling over that one!
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Old June 26, 2014   #63
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Mehmet,

Your site is looking great! I hope T'Villers take advantage of this opportunity to add some exciting Turkish varieties to their veggie collection

Best of luck with your harvests!
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Old June 26, 2014   #64
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Scott, I was impressed with the taste and the production. I am hoping to see this variety offered in different catalogs in the future.

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Old June 26, 2014   #65
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Thanks, Steve. You have always been very supportive. I would like to regularly release two catalogs in a year. Once in the first quarter and once in the last quarter in a year.

I am very excited about the next catalog because I have had the chance to evaluate quite a few new varieties. Some of these varieties will need a second growing for seed increase but some will be released. I will have a nice collection of Turkish eggplants, soon.

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Your site is looking great! I hope T'Villers take advantage of this opportunity to add some exciting Turkish varieties to their veggie collection

Best of luck with your harvests!
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Old August 4, 2014   #66
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Well, I couldn't resist the description of the variety in the above link, Turkey
(as well as several other varieties).

This is another terrific vendor who has a lot of very interesting tomato varieties
and many other vegetables to offer. Terrific service and well packaged items.

You have a wonderful site, Mehmet! I can't wait to see your next catalog.

Darlene
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Old August 4, 2014   #67
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Hi Darlene,

Thanks for the feedback and the support. I hope that you like Turkey. I will release the Fall catalog, soon.

Mehmet

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Well, I couldn't resist the description of the variety in the above link, Turkey
(as well as several other varieties).

This is another terrific vendor who has a lot of very interesting tomato varieties
and many other vegetables to offer. Terrific service and well packaged items.

You have a wonderful site, Mehmet! I can't wait to see your next catalog.

Darlene
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Old August 21, 2014   #68
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Hi Everyone,
Fall 2014 seed catalog is now available at: http://www.twoseedsinapod.com/new
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Old November 29, 2014   #69
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Two Seeds in a Pod


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Tomorrow (29 November) is Small Business Saturday and we offer %10 of discount through our online store until midnight, tomorrow. Hurry up to check out our very cool heirloom seed varieties:
https://www.twoseedsinapod.com/


I've ordered from Mehmet-he's a great vendor!
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Old December 2, 2014   #70
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Thanks much Darlene!
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Old February 17, 2015   #71
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I decided to release our new tomato varieties and not to wait until I release the spring catalog as by the time I do it, tomato seed starting time is usually over.

Following varieties are now available at http://www.twoseedsinapod.com/tomato :

1884 Purple, Cherokee Purple (Potato Leaf Strain), Cowlick's Brandywine, Cuostralee, Goose Creek, Red Penna, Texwine, Thessaloniki and Vorlon.
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Old May 5, 2015   #72
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Just posted the full Spring 2015 catalog which can be found at http://www.twoseedsinapod.com/new.

Also, if you purchased seeds from Two Seeds in a Pod, your feedback (especially for germination rates) would be greatly appreciated.
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Old September 23, 2015   #73
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We are expanding our seed production scale to grow many more new heirlooms on 3.5 acres of our new growing grounds. There is a lot to do this season to gear up!
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Mehmet,

It's great to see you expanding! That looks like fertile soil, I'll be following your progress.

Best wishes,
Steve
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Old September 23, 2015   #75
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Thanks, Steve. Before we leased it, the land was used for pasture so I agree that the soil is probably rich with nutrients (I will need to have it tested at one point, when I can spare budget for that).

I will keep growing in the current gardens until I totally move to the new site. A friend will help me build a greenhouse. Hoping to finish it before the end of the year. I love to grow for the farm-to-table concept and I work with Chef Gregory Seymour's Pizzeria Gregario located in Safety Harbor, FL. Besides growing for seeds, this expansion will help me to grow various varieties for different culinary purposes. I will also be able to take more produce and seeds to the farmers' market.

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It's great to see you expanding! That looks like fertile soil, I'll be following your progress.

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