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September 04, 2008


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Those are some lovely love apples. $4.50 a pound is a bit steep though. Out here they're about $2 per pound at the peak of the season.

You should try growing some. The great thing about heirlooms is, they aren't hybrids so their seeds will stay true. You can save the seeds and start them next Spring.


Nice blog! very informative! hardly can see these in my country


I can get containers that size of small heirlooms for $2-3 at the market here. The grocery stores have them for $6/lb!

It'll be hard to go back to regular tomatoes soon.

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