Re: Jersey Tomatoes Are Back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I paid dearly last year for a bag of "heirloom" tomatoes.
Apparently they are making a comeback in the Ramapo area and
spreading downward. The trick is in the seed.
They were delicious! I always wondered what happened to that unique
taste form years ago!!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Sharon" <brighttigress@...>
> And I've ordered my seeds!!!!
> Go to: http://njfarmfresh.rutgers.edu/JerseyTomato.html
> Now, I've bought & grown many different tomatoes over the years,
> were delightfully yummy but *nothing* compares with "real" Jerseypast
> tomatoes, I can close my eyes and still remember that taste, and my
> mouth waters!
> Can't remember the last time I had a *really* good tomato, and the
> few years even the ones from farmstands haven't been that great.So
> I'm *really* excited!!!if
> I hope maybe some others out there might be happy about this, and
> you haven't been happy with tomatoes and can grow some, I hopeyou'll
> try these and be happy!my
> I got a late start last year and could only do container gardening,
> grandson loves watermelons so we planted some "Sugar Babies" in anold
> kiddie pool, and in spite of the late start & not-great results, hehe'd
> *did* get to experience tasting just a little bit of watermelon
> grown himself! And I actually got a few ripe tomatoes from thefour
> potted plants - I think they were "Early Girls".troubled
> Next to fishing, I really love gardening. Without them, life isn't
> worth living. Oh, except for grandkids, of course!
> Bye again, and I hope life is going well for everyone in these
> times. If not, well...best wishes, life has its ups & down, andeven
> though everything looks dark & gloomy, remember the sun *is*shining
> behind those clouds!