- Sep 16, 2010
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- Eastern Wa. Zone 5/6 ?
Men:- X-number of years will pass no matter what. And at the end of that time, I'd like to have the slow plants rather than nothing!
No help ... There are a couple yellow beefsteak I have tried, was delighted with the fruit, but they were just too late maturing. One was Dr. Wyche's and Earl of Edgecomb was the other.Potato leaf, fruit as big as a brandywine with a rich yellow-orange color and very good flavor. ... Gold something or other...
All I can think of is Fiddler on the Roof. I'm sure it has more context than that. But even if it doesn't...fantastic movie!Men:
Swiftly flow the days
Seedlings turn overnight to sunflowers
Blossoming even as we gaze
Swiftly fly the years
One season following another
Laden with happiness and tears
Store seeds in tightly sealed glass containers. You can store different kinds of seeds, each in individual paper packets, together in a large container. Keep seeds dry and cool. A temperature between 32° and 41°F is ideal, so your refrigerator can be a good place to store seeds.and if you have the stomach for it, road kill... wish i could have claimed the deer last week at the end of the driveway since it had probably been grazing on our garden plants all season.
normally if anyone hits anything in the road i do pick it up and bury it in a garden because i don't want to smell it decomposing for the next few months. better to put it to good use and it does really eventually make the gardens really fertile.
There is a Yellow Brandywine which is potato-leaf. Lots of other large yellow/gold/orange tomatoes out there, but most are regular leaf.The only thing I will miss from throwing those seeds away is a tomato my aunt sent me. Potato leaf, fruit as big as a brandywine with a rich yellow-orange color and very good flavor. The writing was too faded for me to make out the variety name, but it was Gold something or other. I will have to scour the internet to see if I can find it again.