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Hi! I am a tomatoaddict from the south of Sweden with about 30 years of growing tomatoes in my own garden. I love to trade seeds, which means I always have more sorts to grow than there is possible to fit in and a large anxiety which ones to plant every year. I love all sorts of tomatoes with great taste and have tried some hundred sorts already. If I live until I get 200 and not trade any more seeds it will be possible for me to try all sorts I already have
But it is so much fun trying new sorts that is not possible.
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- Location: So Cal
Hello Lyckero Welcome to the Junction
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- Location: Woodbury, NJ
Welcome to the forum!
Woodbury, NJ zone 6B-7
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Welcome! My college roommate was from Malmo.
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- Location: SW Idaho, USA
Welcome to TomatoJunction! It's great to have you!
I don't speak Swedish (although I understand a little in written form), but I used to sing in Swedish in a Scandinavian Choir. I loved it; our director was Swedish; she was awesome.
I look forward to hearing more from you.
Location: SW Idaho, USA
USDA hardiness zone: 6
Elevation: 2,260 feet
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- Location: San Diego
Welcome @Lyckero Sweden from San Diego.
This reminds me of a time in the late 60s. I was attending a tiny school in the south of France called L'ecole Riviera for a week or two. I had two roommates and one was named Carl. I didn't get to know him well. I was told that he was heir to the Swedish throne.
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- Location: Trafalgar, Victoria, Australia
Welcome to the Junction from Down Under @Lyckero Sweden
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- Location: Wisconsin Zone 5b
A very warm welcome to you @Lyckero Sweden. It seems that we have the same addiction. I will never be able to grow all of the varieties of tomato seeds that I have even though I find people to help me grow them. This is the place to be if you like getting tomato seeds. In the fall and winter they are flying around everywhere.
~ Enjoy the forum
~ Patti ~
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- Location: Newfoundland, Canada
AgCan Zone 5a/USDA zone 4
temperate marine climate
yearly precip 61 inches/1550 mm
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- Location: 25 miles southeast of Waterloo Texas
25 miles southeast of Liverpool.
There are no dead end jobs, only dead end people.
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- Location: N. FL Zone 9A
Welcome, and it will be very interesting to hear about your garden.
“Never try to outstubborn a cat.”
- Robert A. Heinlein
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- Location: Madison, WI
Greeting from America's Dairyland!
My maternal Great Grandparents emigrated from Sweden to Iron Mountain, MI and eventually homesteaded in Aurora TWSP/Florence County WES
Great Grandmother Ida Christina Goransson (1861-1925) won a medal for the best butter in the entire country of Sweden not just once, but TWICE
Her husband Johan wanted to go to America, the guy for whom she made that award-winning butter wanted her to stay; LUV
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Madison WESconsin/Growing Zone 5-A/Raised beds above the Midvale Heights spade-caking clay in the 77 Square Miles surrounded by A Sea Of Reality
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- Location: Finland
Howdy neighbor howdy get out and come right in
We'll make a bowl of gravy to sop your biscuits in
Boil a pot of coffee and bake a big fat hen
Cook another country ham to feed a hundred men
Welcome from Finland!
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- Location: Arizona, USA
Welcome to the Junction!
USDA Zone 9b, Sunset Zone 13
Average Rainfall 9.5 inches
Climate: Sonoran Desert
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- Location: Denmark
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- Location: Bristol, UK
Hello from the UK, looking forward to hearing more about your garden
Bristol, United Kingdom
Last frost: 15 May
Ave July daytime high: 22c / 72f
Annual rainfall: 800mm / 31.5 inches, over 126 days of the year
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- Location: Emsworth UK
Another he!lo and welcome from the UK.
The behaviour of light means you observe me as i was then, and not as I am now.
I cannot change history, so I do hope i gave you a good impression of myself
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