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Hi all-

I have a wonderful tomatillo plant growing this year- the think is huge, I
keep pruning it on one side, so that it doesn't completely engulf my
habanero peppers.  The problem is, it has zillions of flowers on in- but has
yet to make one fruit.  Any idea why???  This is the first year I've grown


P.S.  I've been eating cherry tomatos for a few weeks, but today I ate my
first full sized tomato from the garden.  I love summer!!!  Oh, and the
tomato seed Jim Singer sent me (some kind of Mexican variety as I recall)
are really good!

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