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WANTED: Searching for Old Tomato Varieties grown by Families

Posted by vgary z6KY (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 23, 06 at 11:05

I am always looking for good tomato varieties which families have grown over the years and saved seed and shared with family and friends. I am especially interested in varieties which came from the mountain regions.
Please contact me if you have seed or know someone who does. I would appreciate it very much.
Gary/Louisville


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RE: WANTED: Searching for Old Tomato Varieties grown by Families

Hi, I have giant purple tomatoe seeds. Our family has saved them for years. What would you like to trade? LMK


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RE: WANTED: Searching for Old Tomato Varieties grown by Families

Have you looked into organizations like Seed Savers Exchange? They have hundreds (maybe thousands) of different tomato varieties.
Martha


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