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Save seeds


Who among us does not wish to save (and savour) the divine taste of heirloom tomatoes another year....and another year...and another.


Seed saving, especially for heirloom tomatoes is widely practiced and, happily, it is easy  to do. Click on the link below to access an excellent short discussion and superb slides to learn how to be a wildly successful tomato seed saver...and savour your success  next year!!

 

 

 

 

http://blog.seedsavers.org/heirloom-tomato-seedsaving/?utm_source=Seed+Savers+Exchange+Members&utm_campaign=09fa5f345a-SeptemberNewsletter&utm_medium=email

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15 Slow-Growing Seeds Smart Gardeners Start In April 

Some seeds must be started indoors in most parts of the country — otherwise their fruit may not come to maturity before fall frosts:

1. Basil

2. Broccoli

3. Cauliflower

4. Celery

5. Eggplant

6. Kohlrabi

7. Mint

8. Oregano

9. Peppers

10. Tomatoes

11. Cabbage

12. Cucumbers

13. Melons

14. Parsley

15. Squash (summer and winter, including zucchini)

 


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