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What kind of heirloom tomatoes did/are you planting in your crazy little TEOTWAWKI garden this year?

 
Anonymous Coward
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05/05/2011 01:20 AM
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What kind of heirloom tomatoes did/are you planting in your crazy little TEOTWAWKI garden this year?
I planted some Mortgage Lifter, Black Prince, Beefsteak and Cherokee Purple.
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05/05/2011 01:25 AM
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Re: What kind of heirloom tomatoes did/are you planting in your crazy little TEOTWAWKI garden this year?
Oh...and Mr. Stripey
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05/05/2011 01:39 AM
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Re: What kind of heirloom tomatoes did/are you planting in your crazy little TEOTWAWKI garden this year?
I planted some Mortgage Lifter, Black Prince, Beefsteak and Cherokee Purple.
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Black Prince, Brandywine, and a yellow one whose name I've forgotten.

Have you eaten the black prince variety before? I haven't but hear great reviews.
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05/05/2011 01:56 AM
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Re: What kind of heirloom tomatoes did/are you planting in your crazy little TEOTWAWKI garden this year?
Black Krim
Carbon
Reisentraube
Paul Robeson
Arkansas Traveler
Porter
Opalka
Principe Borghese
San Marzano
Stupice
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05/06/2011 09:48 AM
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Re: What kind of heirloom tomatoes did/are you planting in your crazy little TEOTWAWKI garden this year?
I'm growing some "Cow Horn Okra" this year, because I want big okra that are still edible. Pods get 10 inches and are supposed to still be tender. Plants are 10 feet tall.
No, haven't tried the Black Prince before. I hear it taste good though.





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