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Tomato Varieties

Posted by riviera dream - Created: 6 years ago
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Posted by teen-214765 - 6 years ago

No problem, any time. They should be in a good state by the end of the month. If you have any preferences.....size colour etc. let me know.

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Posted by riviera dream - 6 years ago

Thank you for your replies.

Teen, thank you for your kind offer. Heirloom varieties sound fascinating and, yes, I'd love to try some you don't need....I'll email you nearer the end of the month, shall I?

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Posted by teen-214765 - 6 years ago

I have about 35 heirloom varieties all sizes shapes and colours (but bought for flavour).

They are still small seedlings, as I live at almost 1000m, and they won't go out till early to mid May. I always have far too many and give vast quantities away.....if you are interested, let me know!

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Posted by eurokiné-187861 - 6 years ago

any co operative agricole is what Greenleaf is talking about- look them up in the pages jaunes (on-line or paper version)

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Posted by riviera dream - 6 years ago

As I live near Grasse and work in Nice I could get to many places on or near my route fairly easily.

Which co op did you have in mind?

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Posted by GreenLeaf-314739 - 6 years ago

How far are you willing to drive in a dept of 4,299 km2.

Anyway, any co-op will have a better choice.