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first tomato flower

Posted by colokid Z5/Co (My Page) on
Sun, May 31, 09 at 11:49

I see I have a flower or two on my stupice and a black krim. How long before I get a ripe tomato? Would be nice to have fresh tomato on the fourth of July. Think I will go out and buss them with and electric razor now and then.......
Kenny, who kept them alive through 40 degree and 94 degree days and 40 MPH winds.

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RE: first tomato flower

  • Posted by jnfr z5b CO (My Page) on
    Sun, May 31, 09 at 14:13

Congratulations! I started my own and they're still barely past the seedling stage.

RE: first tomato flower

How are your stupice flowers holding up in this cool wet stuff, Kenny? Hope they are hanging in there! :)

RE: first tomato flower

I check them every couple of hours and can't see any change at all. Big grin, Kenny

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