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Large potato leaf plant produces a whopping crop of BIG, 4-inch, beautiful pink, beefsteak tomatoes. I’ve had great success with these in the market for

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{Life} Schooling

The Cycle of Learning When we first decided to home-school we tried to turn a corner of our home into what looked like a real,

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All I Need to Know

I love, LOVE research. RESEARCH : careful study that is done to find and report new knowledge about something : the activity of getting information

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Black From Tula

Russian heirloom from Tula. Largest of the black tomatoes with 3-4″, slightly flattened, oblate, dark brown to purple fruit with deep green shoulders. Deliciously outstanding,

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Carbon

Produces big, regular-leaf tomato plants yielding prolific amounts of 10-14 oz., beautiful purple-brown, open-pollinated tomatoes. Color of tomatoes are most often darker than the photo

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Neves Azorean Red

This could be the the ultimate tomato sandwich or to showcase in a special tomato salad. This tomato packs such a wonderful flavor punch you

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Bobbie

A prolific heirloom that produces red-pink, heart-shaped, very meaty fruit with few seeds and delicious fruity flavor

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1884

Great old-time heirloom tomato said to have been discovered by James Lyde Williamson near Friendly W.Virginia in a pile of flood debris from the Ohio

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Pineapple

An heirloom garden favorite that grows to 2 lbs. This bi-colored, slightly flattened, yellow beefsteak has a red blushing and streaks on the outside. It’s

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Chocolate Stripe

Fruits have delicious, complex, rich, sweet, earthy tomato flavors. Chocolate Stripe, another desirable ‘black tomato,”  is an excellent tomato and a fine choice for your

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