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Just About Tomatoes  - 
 
Single packs of seeds from 40 varieties of tomatoes are now on sale for $1.90 a pack. No shipping costs.

Heirloom Tomato Seed Bulk Purchased Seed Package
10 different tomato varieties for $14 Shipped
(Medium to Large Sized Tomatoes)

These seeds come from seeds I purchased in bulk. I selected bulk tomato seeds that will give you a great variety of medium to large sized tomatoes in all shapes and colors. Most of them are heirloom varieties. They not only vary in size, shape, color and taste... but also in when the fruits mature and how large the plants get. This a great way to have a variety of tomatoes in your garden. 

You will get 35-50 seeds per pack. Store them in a cool dry place and they will last for years.

Here are the 10 varieties of bulk purchased tomato seeds (10 packs) 
for $14.00 (shipping is included in the $14.00 price):

You can purchase them from my blog along with other seeds.
http://therustedgarden.blogspot.com/p/2013-seed-sale.html

Beefsteak
Indeterminate (12 oz.) Extra large, meaty and ribbed deep-scarlet fruit. 90 days.

Black Krim
Indeterminate (12 oz.) Brownish-purple to maroon colored fruit with green shoulders. An heirloom for the Isle of Krim. Sweet, mild and rich in flavor. 80 days

Bradley
Semi-Determinate (10 oz.) Semi-determinate short stake type. Features pink fruit with green shoulders. Great for southern growers. 80 days.

Brandywine Red
Indeterminate (12 oz.) Heirloom dating back to the 1870’s. Named after Brandywine Creek in Chester County, PA. Red fruits. 80-100 days.

Cherokee Purple
Indeterminate (6-12 oz.) Slicer type heirloom. Dusky pink-purple with darker shoulders. Mild flavor. 80 days.

Costoluto Genovese
Indeterminate (7 oz.) Once you’ve tried Costoluto you’ll never try anything else! This Italian heirloom is truly all-purpose. It makes intensely flavored slices with a scalloped shape. People also swear by it as the best flavored roasted, sauced or juiced variety. Good for home gardeners, market growers and chefs. 80 days.

German Johnson
Indeterminate (12-24 oz.) Old time favorite heirloom. Extra-large, rough fruit, pink with yellow shoulders. Mild, low acid and very meaty. 80 days. 

Mountain Gold
Determinate. (8-12 oz.) Yellow-fruited, superior in disease resistance. Released in 1991, developed by Dr. Randy Gardner at the North Carolina State Mountain Horticultural Crops Research Station. This is not a hybrid. 80 days.

Paul Robeson
Indeterminate (7-10 oz. fruit) Another outstanding heirloom black tomato with unbelievably rich flavor. This is an old Russian variety that was renamed in honor of a great civil rights activist. It will be your best producer early in the season and during cool summers. 80 days. 

Pink Oxheart
Indeterminate (1 lb.) Firm, meaty, pink fruits with thick walls, very mild flavor. Large, heart-shaped fruits on indeterminate vines. 90 days.

You can purchase them from my blog along with other seeds.
http://therustedgarden.blogspot.com/p/2013-seed-sale.html
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No plant sale this year. Just got too busy.
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Cecily Hedman

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Kitchen Herbs
Everyone should have a kitchen herb garden. Mine is on my back deck, just steps from my kitchen door, but even a few small pots on your kitchen window sill will provide you with fresh herbs to liven up your meals and beverages. Thyme Thyme is probably my fa...
Everyone should have a kitchen herb garden. Mine is on my back deck, just steps from my kitchen door, but even a few small pots on your kitchen window sill will provide you with fresh herbs to liven up your meals and beverage...
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Chris Bronson

Organic & Green Gardening  - 
 
My sugar daddy peas are going bonkers! 
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Learn To Grow

Fruits & Berries  - 
 
 
Good afternoon friends! Here's an update of our backyard mini orchard, I hope you enjoy and inspire you to grow some fruit trees as well as berry shrubs! Thank you very much for tuning in with us! Have a great week! Misilla
#orchard   #fruits   #trees   #organic   #PNW   #garden   #gardening  
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ssasj ps

HELP! Gardening Q & A  - 
 
ok I did a mistake. I forgot to label by work as I sowed. now am having hard time identifying which is which. some of of the seeds didn't show up so wanted to resow but don't know which ones didn't show up. so I need your help guys .... thx
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The dark green maybe cukes then. I can't tell much on second page 
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How to plant berry bushes that were rooted from cuttings from the mother plant.  Quick, simple, and FREE way to expand my berry patch! Can't wait to taste those fresh berries!
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sarah amos

Introductions & Conversations  - 
 
I have a question. I need to plant a few more things but I don't get home from work until 5 or 6 pm. Does it matter when you plant things or should I try to plant them before I leave for work ? 
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In VA , sorry spell ck
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Mohanakrishnan Vijayarangam

Seed Starting/Planting/Tending  - 
 
What a nice weekend. Transplanted all cool season crops. Provided little shade too :-) 
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Anecine

HELP! Gardening Q & A  - 
 
Is there any way to save a plant that has been damaged during hardening off?
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Oh yea I meant to say pale green. That was a typo. But thanks! 😁
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FarmBoi Lagarde

HELP! Gardening Q & A  - 
 
Can anyone tell me whats going on here... only when the sun is at its peak do they wilt but recover when in the sun is setting.
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oh.. Fungus = bad. My cucumbers wilted during the heat of the day every day last summer. It's not uncommon for cucumbers and pumpkins to wilt when it gets hot. These plants require a lot of water pressure in the vines to keep the leaves 'pumped' up.
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Trish and John's Gardening Channel

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About this community

*Follow The Rusted Garden on Twitter & Instagram. Please introduce yourself and where your garden plot is located. This tomato and vegetable gardening community is for NEW and old gardeners. Lots of teaching videos! Come ask questions and share. Beginners wanted! Show off your tomato and vegetable gardens from around the world! I am and avid gardener that enjoys blogging and creating videos about what else... Vegetable Gardening! I have made well nearly 600 garden videos. I enjoy learning from everyone else that shares this passion.
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Patricia Forsythe

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Toby Stevenson

Look What I Picked Today!  - 
 
Handful of radishes. 
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Herb And Veggie Gardening

How -To Garden Videos  - 
 
A Video Guide On How to Grow Sweet Corn.. if you want o grown yummy juicy sweetcorn then watch this video it could give yo some great advice

Click the link below to watch the video

http://herbandveggiegarden.com/a-video-guide-on-how-to-gro…/
This is a great video showing you how to grow sweetcorn this amazing juicy vegetable , it shows you how to plant the seeds with some useful tips then on to harvesting the crop .. a good video giving you some great tips and advice .. this video tutorial is brought to you by iCultivate on YouTube ...
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The squirrels love when I grow corn!! Lol
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Trish and John's Gardening Channel

Seed Starting/Planting/Tending  - 
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Mohanakrishnan Vijayarangam

Perennials, Flowers & Roses  - 
 
Planted annuals and already hearing lots of buzzzzzing.
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Toby Stevenson

Introductions & Conversations  - 
 
Visited my local nursery today. I always support the local grower. 
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I love our local nursery. We have two within 2 miles of my house. It's wonderful. I go to both but love the one a little further. They have more stuff
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Herb And Veggie Gardening

Just About Tomatoes  - 
 
A really great video guide to the top ten ten secrets to growing tomatoes  .. a really fab video to watch x 

Click the link below to see the video 

http://herbandveggiegarden.com/top-ten-secrets-when-growing-tomatoes/
This is a great video where Loren Nancarrow shows you how to grow great tomatoes in your own garden. he tells you how to ready the soil prior to planting, then when and how to plant and you'll learn Loren's organic “homemade” fertilizer recipe. also you will learn how much to water and when, ...
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I am growing cherry tomato, cucumber, thyme, parsley, cilantro, basil, mesculin greens in containers
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Bruce Goren

Fruits & Berries  - 
 
Our young #Blueberry bush is loaded with developing clusters and we have been daydreaming of the moment a few weeks from now that we get to begin sampling this luscious #fruit crop. I converted the original full color image capture using #SilverEfxPro2 from the Google Nik Collection of Photoshop plug-ins.
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That's wonderful @Bruce Goren. Blueberries are the fruit i try and eat  each and every day ! -They have SO much Vit. C and many other benefits.
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Start Your Own Pickling Cucumber Garden!

https://youtu.be/5kItVgupGc8
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