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June 03, 2007

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Ruth

I take it these are self seeded from last years dropped tomatoes...incredible!

skeet

Lol! They do tend to take over, don't they! I have a teeny, tiny yard & no room at all for tomatoes. If I grew them I'd have to give up everything else.

chigiy

Yes Ruth, these are self seeding and they are everywhere. I have a hard time ripping them out as you can see.

Skeet,
Tomatoes do tend to take up room, especially with all those volunteers.

kate

That is amazing - how I wish I had the same problem! I love the idea of self-seeding tomatoes.

Jacqueline

Greetings, oh Fabulous Neighbor,

Why, it just happens that I could use a tomato plant or two.

Will you be puttering in your garden anytime today?

It's going to be nice and cool -- perfect for transplanting....

Jacqueline

Genie

100 tomato plants?

Is this heaven?

chigiy

Kate,
It is kinda nice. The only problem is I don't Know what some of them are.

Jacqueline,
Enjoy your plants and don't hesitate to come back for more.

Genie,
You left yourself wide open for this one:
It's not heaven, it's California.

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