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Old May 2, 2017   #211
Join Date: Feb 2017
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If you are thinking of trying Italian Heirloom... don't!

It grows fine but is bland & watery-tasting. I had the same results 2 years in a row.

How did that ever win the 2012 SSE tasting contest??
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