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Source for Tomatillo plants?

Posted by 4Hleader 5 (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 17, 11 at 23:02

Something in my yard likes tomatillos. I'm down to one plant and I'd really like to get some fruit from it. Anyone know of a place where I'm likely to find one?

I'm in southern NH so anywhere from Concord to Keene to Nashua would be lovely.

Thank you!

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RE: Source for Tomatillo plants?

Iam hoping that you have found a source for your tomatillo plants for this year. Next year you might consider ordering from Cross Country Nurseries in Southern NJ. They have stopped shipping plants for 2011 but do offer 25+ varieties of tomatillo. I have not ordered from them myself but Carl who posts often on this forum speaks very highly of the nursery.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cross Country Nurseries

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