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ironfeather

Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co., Mansfield, Mo. Non-GMO

   
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spokojnymelissa

Thank you s much!!! We inherited a garden from previous owner & I missed the grape tomato planting. Great to know!

   
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Theresa Capri

Boy the picture #6 of the "radishes" sure look like beets to me....

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