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HAVE: tomato seeds, many varieties.

Posted by Christacharlene none (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 9, 13 at 10:34

I am looking for:
Arkansas Marvel
Marvel Stripe
Aunt Ruby's Yellow Cherry
Candy's Old yellow
Box Car Willie
Golden Jubilee
Old German Bi-color
Ponderosa Red (aka Crimson Cushion)
1884
Gold Medal
Wood's Famous Brimmer Tomato
Bear Claw

I may be interested in other varieties, just let me know what you have.

Seeds I have for trade:
Black Bear, 5 seeds
Tommy Toes, 10 seeds
Black Giant, 5 seeds
Pink Pink Pong, 5 seeds
Ice, 5 seeds
Red Pear, 5 seeds
Yellow Pear, 5 seeds
San Marzano, 5 seeds
Evergreen, 5 seeds
Banana Legs 5 seeds
Super Sioux, 5 seeds
Aunt Ruby's German Green, 5 seeds
Black Krim, 5 Seeds
Northern Lights 5 seeds
Amana Orange 5 seeds
Yellow Brandywine 5 seeds
Pink Brandywine 5 seeds
Eva Purple Ball 5 seeds
Indigo Rose 5 Seeds
Cherokee Purple 10 Seeds
Black Seaman 5 seeds
Isis Candy 5 seeds
Big Rainbow 5 seeds
Dr. Wyche's Yellow 5 seeds
Orange Fleshed Purple Smudge 5 seeds
Hillbilly, Regular Leaf, 5 seeds

I also have seeds from a plant that produced orange tomatoes in my garden this year. I bought the plant from a nursery and it was supposed to be Box Car Willie but was not. So, I have no idea what the name of the tomato is but it was my absolute favorite tomato this year and I will definitely be planting it every year from here on out. They are large, orange, fruity flavored tomatoes with very few seeds. The plant didn't have big yields but it was a trade off for the taste. I have 5-10 seeds available from this plant. There is no guarantee that it was an Heirloom but if I had to guess, I would say that it is.
All of my seeds were either purchased or saved myself. I ferment my seeds to reduce seed born diseases. They are also kept in the refrigerator to help keep them fresh. All of my seeds were either for the 2013 planting season or new ones for the 2014 season. I expect the same courtesy, clean seeds and seeds that are 3 years old or less please.

This post was edited by Christacharlene on Mon, Sep 9, 13 at 11:12


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RE: HAVE: tomato seeds, many varieties.

Hi I don't have that many thing in my garden I would love to see ur garden to get ideas. How can I possibly get all those from u, u can check out my list to trade


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Tomato trade

Hi I don't have that many thing in my garden I would love to see ur garden to get ideas. How can I possibly get all those from u, u can check out my list to trade


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