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Old 03-06-2019, 06:16 PM   #21
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I got bonnies tomatos in sixpacks for 3.48 about 2 weeks ago at walmart in pearland.

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The weather forecast seems to be OK so I planted a dozen Celebrity plants yesterday. I bought a couple of 6 packs at Home Depot. Looking forward to some home grown maters.
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Houston garden Centers has all 4" vegetable plants for 1.19.
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Houston garden Centers has all 4" vegetable plants for 1.19.
I'll be going there at lunch to replace all that the freeze took away.
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Old 03-07-2019, 08:27 PM   #25
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Not withstanding my previous post, will be re-planting next day or so!
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I ended up putting buckets over mine. Worked good.
I try to buy from Houston Garden Center when I can. Good east side local boy owns it.
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I am such a lazybones this time, didn't plant anything ;( Am I the only one?
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Old 03-16-2019, 09:12 AM   #28
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Just wanted to put a plug out for the 2 feed stores in Coldspring. 6 packs $2.50 at the feed store in town. The main reason I wanted to mention these people was the plants they have are the best looking I have seen around from Coldspring to Montgomery. Seems like this year the plants are a little weak looking but not at these guys and gals.
I did finally find some Super sweet 100 cherry tomatoes in 4 inch pots at a one day sale. Good deal. Got 10. I really like these and they produce all summer.
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I wonder who or which place has the most variety of sets? There’s 600 or more varieties of tomatoes and it’s lucky if any one place has more than a dozen. Just ate a “blue beauty” tomato variety today. What a beautiful tomato.

I think next year I’m going to order seeds and plant something besides Celebrity and the same old same old.
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If any of you wander through Yoakum, check out Handy Stop Nursery. Good selection of varieties, at least some of which I think he raises from seed on site. Not especially cheap but as the saying goes "sometimes you get what you pay for". PS--I have no fiscal or financial connection to the above mentioned business other than as a repeat customer.
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