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    Default Tomato Plants in the Fall???

    Anyone here grow tomato plants this time of year. The House Chronicle had an artilce written a few weeks ago saying
    that August 15th was the day to plant.
    I haven't found anyone selling plants locally, but did find one site online.

    http://www.gardenharvestsupply.com/P...ants-c1198.htm

    TIA

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    Default Tomato Plants in the Fall???

    Check with Phil Ortiz. He's usually got heirlooms started.
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    Talked to Phil just a few weeks ago - He'll have some awesome heirlooms ready to go on Sept 1. Aug 1 is still way too hot for plants - I would imagine they're talking about seeds at this point.
    Shut up and FISH!!

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    I think you are correct about the seeds .
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    Thanks all.

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    Phil's plants are awesome. I had gotten three different types from him and they were all good yielding.
    At his baptism, Sam Houston was told his sins were washed away. He reportedly replied, I pity the fish downstream. - Nov. 19, 1854 - Independence, Texas

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    Found a good selection of tomatoes at Maas Nursery in Seabrook.

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