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Pastimes : Gardening and Especially Tomato Growing -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: sense who wrote (3433)9/15/2021 3:48:18 PM
From: Cogito Ergo Sum  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 3494
as I had an entire forest of tiny tomato plants

I always get lots of garden volunteers and keep the more robust ones... always cool finding out which variety made it where :) My mom's situation was more extreme...

When I was young say 10 to mid teens I fished a lot at the Back River in Montreal .. a 15 minute walk ... we went almost daily ... anyway from 5 I was already a garden nerd courtesy my French (almost no English) grandma ... So I noticed the rock walls perpendicular to the river.. full of old apple and plums trees gone wild... old seigniorial system of everyone gets a piece of the river in ever narrowing strips ... I started noticing as you did hiking through down that there were lots of tomato plants gone wild... my buddies did not realise... then I pointed them out there was a huge snack bounty.. I mean huge LOL We should have been more entrepreneurial LOL