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Louisville, KY

February 1, 2010
12:22 PM

Post #7518010

T.C., Thanks for sharing your information on bare root plants. Good as always! Over the years I have enjoyed growing them because they were so easy to get established. Years ago when I needed a large number of tomato plants I ordered them from a place in Georgia where they were grown in the field, pulled up and mailed to me in bare root wrapped in wet newspaper. I could hardly believe how well they adapted and established themselves so well!
Happy gardening your three beautiful acres~ I have seen pictures and which made me envious!
Mercer, PA
(Zone 5a)

February 8, 2010
3:16 AM

Post #7540300

Hi dear friend! Thanks for reading!

(I'm ready to start some heirloom tomatoes!)

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