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my winter tomatoes in PA

Posted by bobyoe z6 PA (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 13, 07 at 12:16

I took these pictures today. These were started from cuttings rooted in water and them planted in pots of compost in our sunspace/"greenhouse." We figured we had nothing to lose by trying this experiment. Last year we grew some too---they took a very long time to ripen, but the taste was exceptional. They get no artificial light or heat, except for what the sun provides.


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RE: my winter tomatoes in PA

Cool! We were talking yesterday, wondering if it would be possible to get fruit from plants grown indoors.

RE: my winter tomatoes in PA

We've eaten two this week. They aren't big, but they taste fantastic. Couldn't resist a little tomato sandwich. Eating it as I look outside at the snow covered lawn makes it all the tastier!


RE: my winter tomatoes in PA

What type of tomatoes did you grow?

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