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Green Tomatoes (was RE: Beautiful)

I've grown a couple varieties of green tomatoes but didn't like them.
For some reason they always tasted, well, green...even when I left them
on the vine till I was absolutely positively sure they were done. Maybe
it's because the appearance suggests unripeness and so your taste buds
comply with the idea. 


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On
Behalf Of Cersgarden@aol.com
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2007 11:52 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Beautiful

Rich, I did not care for the tomato however I think part of it is the
 I can adjust to yellow, in fact, had one last year that was very good
but I 
didn't try canning or using in salsa or soup.  Again, it is that color
I am going to try a yellow cherry/grape size one this year, Ildi.   I 
actually purchased the seed last year but I only have so much space for
tomatoes so 
it had to wait until this year.   I also tried the green zebra tomato I
at the same time I tried green grape but gave that seed away, also.
     Your weather is on its way.   We are predicted to get 4-6" addtl
but we do have plenty yet from the last snows.   We had mist this
morning which 
caused some schools to delay and also creates problems for the DOT.
like to precede the snow with a deicer which they spray on however it
must be 
timely and rain would wash it away.   If it rained it would reduce our
snow.   I am for the day!   Sounds like tomarrow morning will be nasty.

Tomarrow is my last day at the drug/Hallmark store, hurray!   I will
have about a 
month before I start at the greenhouse.

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