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Old 03-17-2006, 10:52 AM
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What kind of tomatos are you planting? Heirlooms?
I am jealous too. March is our snowiest month in CO and we have a BIG storm building for the first day of spring Mon.

I was thrilled I found some beefsteak tomatos with TASTE at the store this week. They were grown in Mexico and are called Eurofresh.www.eurofresh.com.

Eurofresh promises garden fresh flavor in every tomato.

Since 1990, Eurofresh Farms has been bringing consumers "America's Best Tasting Tomatoes" as judged by the American Culinary Institute. Whether you are looking for our flavorful tomato on the vine, garden fresh beefsteak tomatoes, delicious Campari tomatoes or even our specialty orange and yellow tomatoes, Eurofresh Farms has a great-tasting, greenhouse tomato to suit your needs.
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