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Scott Sneddon

My Dad used to plant and raise forests of giant tomato trees in the basement each Winter. Come Spring out they went and, voila, they produced edible tomatoes just about the same time as the tiny seedlings planted on May 24th. My tomatoes come from the local Farmer's Market downtown but he was happier I suppose.


You are such a wealth of knowledge :)
Can you recommend a couple reputable seed catalogs?

Casa Mariposa

I ordered loads of seeds and I start sowing tomorrow. I should have started in early Jan but that just didn't happen this year. I just bought whatever looked good and made me happy. :o)

Karen Rexrode

Gina, I have 4 I like, Johnny's Select Seed, Parks Seed, Stokes Seed, and Select Seed. Prices are good and seeds are great!

Karen Rexrode


It must be so exciting for you! A chance to work with sun and an open palette.

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