I'm going to have to hit you up on that!pondgardner wrote: ↑Tue Jul 26, 2022 7:48 pmI have a few of Anna Margaret's Heart growing this year and you are welcome to some seeds for next year. Here is a description from Tatiana's Tomatobase...Ozarker wrote: ↑Tue Jul 26, 2022 3:06 pmI'm from the Phelps County area, near Rolla. Poplar Bluff is just a bit down the road from me, and Elsinore is on the way. I'm going to have to look for Anna Margaret's Heart to add to my regional collection!pondgardner wrote: ↑Tue Jul 26, 2022 2:22 pm @Ozarker Welcome to the Junction!...what part of Missouri are you from? I had a beloved aunt who was born in Elsinore, grew up in Poplar Bluffs and later moved from Colorado back to Elsinore for over 20 years. She introduced me to her favorite tomato that she grew for quite a few years there, that I later had named 'Anna Margaret's Heart'. If you have any questions about getting around the site, don't hesitate to ask.
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Yes it is.
I lived on a farm right at the Oklahoma side of the Talimena scenic drive about a mile from the end of it.
In the winter when the weather got bad the principal would take 3 of us kids home before the mountain froze over.
25 miles southeast of Liverpool.
There are no dead end jobs, only dead end people.
Have you grown Sweet Ozark Orange, yet?
My MKX_, Snacker_ and Cilantrovaya_ projects have a possible connection (about a 33% chance) with an RL offtype Kimberley.
USDA hardiness zone: 6
Elevation: 2,260 feet
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