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HAVE: have- tomato seedlings-please read me!

Posted by hobocat Z8 Texas (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 8, 07 at 14:18

Hi!

I posted earlier about the extra seedlings I have. I've got about 93 total and don't need them all. There has been no response but I think it's because I'm not receiving an email from Garden Web. I tried to send myself a message to test my theory and the message never came through. If you want some of the little guys or would like to trade seed/plants for them, please post a follow-up to this message. I'll send you an email through GardenWeb with my email and we'll figure this out somehow. I live on the N/NE side of San Antonio. Hope this works out. I don't want the plants to go to waste. I have some heirlooms (Opalka, Bloody Butcher, Persimmon, etc.) and some hybrids. Most were planted on Feb.5th. The rest planted the next week. Let me know!

Christy


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RE: HAVE: have- tomato seedlings-please read me!

Christy,

Be sure to post this on the Vegetable and Tomato Forums as well. Plenty of Texas gardeners on those forums. You're very generous to offer them and I hope you find homes for your extras :).

Kristi


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RE: HAVE: have- tomato seedlings-please read me!

If you want to give them away try the Food Bank in your area, Meals on Wheels, or community gardens/Church gardens etc. Wish I was more help. Bev


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RE: HAVE: have- tomato seedlings-please read me!

Betcha you could get something you want in return for them at the San Antonio Swap on March 31!

There're 2 threads about the swap, one here on the Exchanges page & one on the Discussions page.

wish I was closer, they sound scrumptious!


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