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Thread: Tomato Seed Circle 2020

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    SimpleSimon is offline Sprouter
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    Count me in. Absolutely no idea what with yet though .
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    Tennessee Tomatoes is offline Germinator
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    Default Me too!

    Hawiian Currant (So fun for children. They can pick for hours)
    Radiator Charlie's Mortgage Lifter
    Peacevine Cherry

    If you have a favorite type or color I will add it to the list if I have it.

    Welcome to the forum TT, I will have to draw your attention to the rules regarding joining a seed swap here
    https://www.growfruitandveg.co.uk/gr...nce_76437.html

    basically you have to be a member for 3 months and have posted 50 posts before you can join.
    Last edited by burnie; 23-01-2020 at 10:36 AM.
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    Vegi potager is offline Rooter
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    Welcome TT... plenty of time to get your post count up to get into this seed swap. Hope you enjoy the threads.
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    The thing I grow best are very large slugs!

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    Vegi potager is offline Rooter
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    To anyone still thinking about signing up:
    My first lot of seeds received from last years swap have germinated, Red Robin, courtesy of Cadalot.

    I am saving my other choices until a more "sensible" time to sow. Hopefully these ones will be my indoor early tomatoes growing happily on my kitchen windowsill.
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    V.P.
    The thing I grow best are very large slugs!

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    Thelma Sanders is offline Gardening Guru
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thelma Sanders View Post
    Go on then, I'll have another try
    Reif's Red Heart plus one other still to be decided...if that's ok?
    Other than RRH I've decided on Nectar Rose, Rosella, Jaune Flamme, GardenPearl, Cornue des Andes and Kibitz.

    So if anyone has a favourite out of those, please let me know
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    Hellolittlebeastie is offline Germinator
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    I'd love to join in with this I've never saved tomato seeds before. I've got a few varieties from wild boar farms which have just sprouted up so as long as I get some lovely tomatoes from them I'm happy to save and swap!
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    Scarlet is offline Gone with the Wind
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellolittlebeastie View Post
    I'd love to join in with this I've never saved tomato seeds before. I've got a few varieties from wild boar farms which have just sprouted up so as long as I get some lovely tomatoes from them I'm happy to save and swap!
    We would love to have some new savers on board! Tomato saving is easy.
    We can give you some hints and tips - don't be afraid to ask any questions.
    What varieties are you growing?
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    I'd like to join if possible - is being in foreign fields a problem? I may be able to persuade my Mum to be a UK post box (sounds very clandestine!!).

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