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Gardening and Especially Tomato Growing
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A lot of people, me included, are in to gardening. I'm really interested in tomatoes, as well as trees, flowers, shrubs, vegetables, you name it. Anyone else interested in a thread like this?

How about naming you favorite tomatoes? I'm partial to stupice for reliability and green grape for sweetness, flavor, and relative earliness. Besides those two, this year I'm trying Sasha's Altai, Galina, Ida Gold, German Gold, Garden Lime, Green Zebra, Imur Prior Beta, Ropreco Paste, and Purple Smudge.
And tell us your tricks. What do you use for fertilizer?

Hope to hear from you,

Tomato (what a coincidence!)
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3001Hopefully I can get 5 or 6 placed tomorrow... (click) Work is busy.. very busyThe Black Swan-last Saturday
3000I love free! Bobrobert b furman-September 9
2999Always pays to have a good eye on garbage day :)The Black Swan-September 8
2998Well you could tent a few with micromesh.. (Amazon) Lift off when you want to aThe Black Swan-September 8
2997Hi Black Swan, I'm thinking of driving my 4x4 up to your neighborhood and crobert b furman-September 8
2996I do persist in the effort... as frustrating as it is to watch the lilies leavessense-September 8
2995grasshoppers ? oh dear.. here it is these hedonistic lily beetles often found liThe Black Swan-September 8
2994Thanks Bob... but it went with the divorce .. as well as the myriad renovations The Black Swan-September 8
2993I bet I could sell the pot for $100. I was driving home through my hood a few yThe Black Swan-September 8
2992"and Especially Tomato Growing" After a few years of struggling to gesense-September 3
2991Society Garlic also handily does double duty... both a useful perennial as part sense-September 3
2990I'm particularly envious of your Asiatic Lilies... Mine essentially boil dosense-September 3
2989HI LC, I just finished eating a huge jalapeno / onion cheese venison burger I krobert b furman-September 3
2988Society garlic I had never heard of -- looks like a cross between chives and theLoneClone-September 3
2987HI Bernie, WOW what a beautiful garden! I'm not in that league! What a trobert b furman-September 1
2986These are my old friends when we returned from an almost 6 week cross Canada BacThe Black Swan-September 1
2985Hi Black Swan, Looking good. In Wisconsin we call those a German saw. I'vrobert b furman-September 1
2984Here's the progress.. slow due to foot... Had my son cut a few.. he had nevThe Black Swan-September 1
2983French tarragon is a necessity. Really just can't make many things with eggsense1September 1
2982Nice work. I love repurposing - especially when they are free. Keep your eye srobert b furman-August 31
2981They were on the campus.. but you know how that goes.. some were redundant so sThe Black Swan-August 30
2980Hi Black Swan, Great idea - where did you find them? Bobrobert b furman-August 30
2979I am cutting these old garbage cans (concrete) in half to use as a combination rThe Black Swan-August 29
2978Hi Ron, Great idea -Thanks I'll do it this morning. Bobrobert b furman-August 25
2977On the zucchini... you might be short of pollinators? gardenguides.comRon-August 23
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