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WANTED: Heirloom Tomato seed needed

Posted by mad_about_mickey **7* *N.C. (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 23, 07 at 8:57

Last year I purchased Mortgage lifter tomato seeds at the local WM. They were the best tomatoes I've ever grown. However I can't find them anywhere this year. Any one have any leads? I'm pretty sure they were burpee.


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RE: WANTED: Heirloom Tomato seed needed

I've been ordering seeds like crazy, but didn't order that....yet:).See if this link works, it should take you to Burpee's Heirloom tomato page. If not, there are websites that specialize in Heirloom tomatoes, so google that. I've been using TomatoFest, Baker Creek and Heirloomtomatoes to order, and there are soooo many I want to try!
HTH,
Margo

Here is a link that might be useful: Burpee Heirlooms


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RE: WANTED: Heirloom Tomato seed needed

Nichols carries Mortgage Lifter and several other heirloom tomato varieties.

Here is a link that might be useful: Nichols Garden Nursery


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RE: WANTED: Heirloom Tomato seed

Thanks Ralph and Cat. I have all my seeds but THAT one and am just too cheap to order 1 packet! I am going to get over to Logans and see if they might have them. The Family Home and Garden in Clayton hasn't gotten in seeds yet. Although not sure if they will seeing as they seem to have the building for sale....Last year they had a lot of the Heirlooms and the Gooseneck gourds which are also tough to find.


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