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HAVE: in Portland - hardy Tomato starts, shrub cuttings

Posted by pdxjules 8, Portland, OR (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 7, 06 at 14:04

Are you a GreenHouse or Hydroponic Gardener (with a light set-up) who wants to harvest fall/winter Tomatoes?

I have loads of late, hardy compost tomato starts...for Jumbo Cherry Toms. If you have a sunroom for wintering over plants, you can try wintering over Tomatoes to get early ones next Spring. They are ready now - and I'm happy to share.

Tons of cutting possible now, from shrubs like Cheyenne Privet, Rhodedendron, Roses, Forsythia, and Munstead Lavender.

Come and get em, just bring along some of your excess fruit or veggies. Even that monster Zuchini, excess tomatoes, yeller squash you can't look at anymore, and bruised wind-fall fruit works for trade...my old-fashioned kitchen has truly magic powers!

Jules


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