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Re: Wild tomato

Jim, those look and sound like what Park's used to sell as 'Spoon
Tomatoes.'  They stopped selling them several years ago, but they
have reseeded in the garden so I still have a few.  We first grew them 
for our 'Petite' flower shows with all dwarf and miniature designs and 
horticulture.  But they were so tasty and cute we kept them going.
Don't know why Park's dropped them.  They still offer 'Red Currant'
which is somewhat larger and, in my opinion, not as tasty.

In a message dated 05/22/2005 2:40:36 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:
Here's a picture of part of my wild tomato patch.


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