HAVE: Too Many Tomatoes!

dakwriter(5b)April 27, 2014

I'm a newbie to New Hampshire (Hudson) and started too many heirloom tomatoes for my new garden. I have extras of Cherokee Purple, Brandywine (pink) and Black Krim, plus a Large Cherry, all tall and starting to bloom already, but still in pots. Would love to trade a few of these for seed potatoes, empty seed trays & pots (need medium to giant sizes,) daffodils, iris clumps, lily of the valley, forsythia, lilacs, row covers (old sheer curtains would be great) or make a suggestion.

I've been gardening in zones 10 and 12 these past 12 years, and zones down to #3 for 50 years before that, so I'm starting with very little here and learning temperate gardening all over again.

Thanks!

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