Plant Shopping

candyinpok(5b or 6, NY)May 19, 2007

Have been to the Northern Dutchess Botanical Garden and the Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Sale. I bought heirloom tomatoes, including stupice variety, to try. Looking forward to planting lots of new plants tomorrow.

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oldroser(z5)

Stupice is a truly great variety since you get ripe tomatoes the middle of July, small (though bigger than cherry toms) and lots of flavor. And they just keep on producing until frost.
Did you try Kellogg's Breakfast? - that is another super good tomato.

    Bookmark   May 21, 2007 at 8:15PM
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