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HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

Posted by EricaBraun 9b CA (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 26, 14 at 23:06

I have several trades worth of each of these seeds. They were grown indoors in a hydroponic unit and hand pollinated to insure pure seed. Fresh seeds -- less than a month old. I am redoing my unit for the spring, so these are the last of these seeds that I will have available.

Here is some info on the varieties:
TOMMY TOE is an heirloom originating from the Ozark mountains. Great for salads and juicing. It won top billing over 100 other varieties in an Australian taste test. Very productive. Indeterminate. 70 days.

BLACK PLUM is a Russian heirloom. It is a small "black" tomato with greenish shoulders. Very productive. Indeterminate. 75 days.
Recently Baker Creek conducted a test to determine the nutrient values of various heirloom tomatoes, based on their color. It was found that black, purple and brown tomatoes surpassed other colors in terms of nutrition.

If you'd like to trade, let me know!


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

Email sent!


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

I still have plenty of seeds for those interested. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you are interested in a trade.


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

Erica,

I'm definitely interested...


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

Since I live in the Ozark Mountains, I think I'd like to try. Check my seed list if there's anything you would like.


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

Think I've responded to everyone who expressed interest.

I still have a few more packs of each!


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

I would love to try both of these black tomatoes. Let me know if I have anything on my page that you would be interested in.


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

Do you still have those seeds?


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

Scorion1, yep, I still have them. Can't send you an email though, since you don't have it enabled. You can send me an email with seeds you have to trade, if you want to do a trade.


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

I am going to send you an email. Sorry about the email problem earlier. I fixed it when I seen your post. Thank You.


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

I am interested in your Black Plum, if you still have some. I just have 'flower' seeds to trade at the moment though: Coral Iris, Blackberry Lily (who doesn't have BL to trade) and some wild Orange poppy seeds. I also have some Jobs Tears that you might like. It is a very odd Asian/African grass the produces beads. No joke.

When I bought the 'seeds' last year, I was very disappointed that the company sent so few... Duh, each pod (bead) contains dozens of tiny seeds. Ended up with dense clumps. Should have separated them, but didn't know any better.

Let me know.

Patricia


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

Envireng, I can't really use any of the things you listed. Sorry.


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

No problem Erica. Maybe some other time.


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

Sent you an email :)


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

CaliGardener90062,

I'd love to trade with you. I responded to your email.


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RE: HAVE: Black Plum and Tommy Toe Tomatoes

I am now out of Tommy Toes. I have one Black Plum remaining.


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