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HAVE: tons of Jumbo Cherry Tomato seedings

Posted by pdxjules 8, Portland, OR (My Page) on
Fri, May 13, 05 at 19:02

My quasi-reward for amending new Dahlia beds well
before planting time, is loads of tomato sprouts
from the compost. I now am removing loads of seedlings to tuck in the tubers. I *hate* to throw these away - so please come rescue a clump or 3 of seedlings!

They are small now, but will catch up
with others very fast now that nites/soil has warmed.

Pelase email me for my address - and mention what excess you have - or I'll check you list.


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