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Do you need Tomatoes?

Posted by ontheteam 5a-6 (S.Eastern, MA) ( on
Fri, Jun 6, 14 at 14:24

You may recall I posted about my tomato problems...Well ,the ones I WS have sprouted and are growing great guns..but the reason I planted them is over..I host a month long plant sale during May.

So now I have 10 or so variety's of tomatoes potted in to individual pots that I can not use

So I am posting here and on the New England Gardening forum looking for people to take some off my hands I have 6 flats of tomatoes.
Rio grande,Casion,Casino chips,Matts Wild Cherry,Barlow Jap,Lithuanian,Jet star,Mortgage lifter, Emma's Pink and a few I can not name off the top of my head... SO if you are in SE MA or Northern RI email me so I cn arrange to give you some plants.

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RE: Do you need Tomatoes?

ontheteam, I had a mishap with tomatoes this year, except in the the opposite fashion. I forgot about tomato seedlings i stuck outside and then winter never really left. Now I have almost no tomatoes to plant in the coming two weeks. Do you like day lilies or hostas? I've got plenty that could use separation.

RE: Do you need Tomatoes?

Still have plenty of toms and peppers if any one is in need

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