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Re: RE: tomatillos

Does someone in the neighborhood have one? My fruit trees pollinate with the neighbors.


Subject: RE: [CHAT] tomatillos

> Oh good grief-  I only have one plant!  Well, so much for that project.  I
> just assumed they were like tomatos I may as well pull it up!  I think it's
> probably too late for start another one- since this one I started from see
> and it would take about forever for another one to start from seed.  Sounds
> like even if I could find another plant, that I would need the same variety
> for them to pollenate.  Wel, I guess I'll look at the local nursery just in
> case..  Rats.
> These plants certainly grow well here, but they get so huge, I can't imagine
> haveing room for more than one ever!
> Theresa

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