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elzbthc

Bio: I am a Graphic Artist and The Tomato Lady in the Spokane Valley, WA. I love creating beautiful things, horses, quilting, traveling, sightseeing, cooking, entertaining, and reading among other things.

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    • I am sorry but I didn’t plant any of the Indigo family this year. I was unimpressed with them and no one that I can remember requested them so I chose not to. However, I can do most of them next year if you like. Goodness knows I did more of others, I have 179 varieites including some new dawrf (tree type) tomatoes that I am in love with.

      • Thanks for responding. Blue Beauty is the only one that I have had a good experience with–and they were yummy with a smoky flavor. The other varieties were underwhelming.

  1. I was never in love with Indigo Rose but I really liked Indigo Cherry Drops and Indigo Apple. Thought they were both very tasty. The Indigo Blueberries and Goldberries were gorgeous, prolific and to my tastes, not tasty at all. Never had Blue Beauty. A lot depends on the weather and not sure what else. but I am not finding that some tomatoes taste great great year after year. I try to give something 3 years to prove itself to me. And of course everyone’s taste is different.

  2. Hey thetomatoladyblog.com,

    Gary here from PlantCareToday.com

    I’m emailing you today because we just updated our article on caring for Petunia plants.

    While researching the article, I noticed you linked to:

    http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-story-of-how-an-artist-created-a-genetic-hybrid-of-himself-and-a-petunia-25148544/

    in your post here:

    https://thetomatoladyblog.com/

    Did you know that in 1823, King George III sent Joseph Bonaparte, (Napoleon’s Brother) back to explore Argentina. During his journey, samples were collected and send back to Spain where botanists confirmed the petunias relationship to tobacco.

    Review the article at:

    https://plantcaretoday.com/petunia-plant-care.html

    Might make a great addition and resource to your page?

    All The Best,

    Gary
    PlantCareToday.com

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