Growing Tomatoes: Great fun for New Years Day

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Growing Tomatoes

By dave
January 1, 2015

It's January, and that means that it's time to break out the seed catalogs, pore over the selections, and place your order for your spring tomato seeds.

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Name: Dirt
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Jan 1, 2015 6:30 PM CST
Ordering Seeds, that is (too many, of course, because why stop with just tomatoes Hilarious! ) and anticipating spring Smiling
Thanks Dave!
I did it--I'm trying four new-to-me tomato varieties this year and thanks to your other article earlier, we even have some half-baked plans for more garden space Green Grin!
Name: Dave Whitinger
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Jan 1, 2015 7:52 PM CST Admin

Ordering seeds is an early January tradition for us! It's always exciting and fun to pick everything out. We've already placed two big seed orders.
Name: David Paul
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Jan 2, 2015 9:17 AM CST
I know you have a few in your Harbor Freight Greenhouse Dave. I do to. Smiling
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Just started in September from seed, maybe Tomatoes in February?

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