Posted on April 12, 2014 Updated on August 17, 2014
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I was surprised you didn’t have any tomato seed sources or plant sources in your magazine. I am a Wisconsin grower that also happens to sell lots of Heirloom tomato seeds. I also sell tomato transplants at the Madison Farmers market on the Capitol Square in the spring. I won’t have as many varieties as usual this year because I’ve been ill off and on this winter. But there are many growers that will have plenty of transplant varieties. That market is a great source for info as well by talking with the farmers. Something you don’t get at most garden centers.
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