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gotta buy

well, our season is nearly over.

All the enjoyment has now gone, now is the hard work again.

Now comes to ordering.

Of at least 100 varieties that I ordered last year, Picante and 
Blonde Bombshell were the outstanding varieties.

Can anyone please help me with varieties that are on a par with these.

Stood tall, took wind, fertile, gorgeous, etc. etc.  ( Both Joe 

So from the land of Oz, to the land of ???, have you had better.

Can you advise, please.  Think I may/will have to import next year 

Recommendations please.

Dian Mitterer
South Australia

Not sure what I fall into, heavy clay, some frost, no snow, and 
excessive ( 100 deg + in summer), no rain usually for 1/2 of the 

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