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Tiny Tim Tomatoes

Posted by spider z5 IN (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 15, 11 at 19:58

Tiny Tims ' they were given to me the other day,can anyone tell me anything about them, do they taste good- if you put them in the house during the winter will they keep on given tomatoes or how long do they last.Just got some seeds had to start a few in the house.And some wounder eggs to' I do know they say you can't eat them.
Thanks Spider


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RE: Tiny Tim Tomatoes

I'm growing TTs this year and grew them last year. The taste wasn't outstanding, but ok. But last year most of my toms were kind of bland due to the weather. TTs will grow and give you some fruit over the winter inside as long as you give them lots of light(a very sunny window)and shake or flick the flowers to get them pollinated. You won't get a bumper crop, but it can be fun harvesting a few to toss into a salad in the glum of winter(and cheaper than buying those little gourmet toms).


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