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Response to NRaleighLiberal (Reply #1)

Wed Oct 16, 2013, 04:54 PM

4. thanx but i get so busy with my business that I let other people start my tomatoes

BTW green zebra turned out to be a very good tomato. My mortgage lifter
did not produce any really big tomatoes this year.

I'll try your dish too ..... I do something like it on the stove top in a
cast iron skillet ..... olive oil, garlic, sea salt, and a little fresh pepper ....
then I roll the small redskins every 5 minutes and cook them for about
15 minutes.

send me your name and address by DU p-mail and I'll send you a couple
of sky blue asters ..... great native plant with late season blooms .... butterflies
love 'em ..... just cut them in 1/2 a couple of times and by fall you will have
an aster bush

Symphyotrichum oolentangiense (used to be Aster azureus) but now it is named
after the Olentangy River in central OH where it was first found by Europeans.


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