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February 29, 2012


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Molly Hashimoto

Stunning photos! We love growing a tomato up north in Seattle, Stupice, like the iceberg radishes, born in Eastern Europe/Russia. Good choice for our climate--some of those heirlooms were kept alive by home gardeners.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Molly. I will look for the tomato you mention. I tried one year to grow cherry tomatoes that were supposed to do well in the cool, foggy climate that we have. The plants did very well, but I got no tomatoes: I guess it was a pollination issue. I'd love to find a tomato variety that I can grow.

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