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Wednesday September 15, 2010

Caption: Zombie tomato bringing the bounty.

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3. seflagamma
9:12 PM GMT on October 27, 2010
Those do look tasty!

Here in SE Florida we cannot put our tomatoes in the ground, must be in a very large pot.. or a raised bed that you have put a lot of compost in...our sandy soil does not grow much of anything well unless you really add lots of compost...and it is full of nemotodes...

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2. sp34n119w
10:10 PM GMT on September 17, 2010
Ha! I hadn't thought of that movie in ages!
I, too, like plants that need little attention as they're mostly on their own around me, poor things, lol
Thanks for the memories :)
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1. pegpics
12:10 PM GMT on September 16, 2010
They do look good!!!...maybe they'd be hardy enough to grow in my garden down here in Florida...I like plants that can take care of themselves...LOL!!!...I just googled 'zombie tomatoes' and came up with a movie, 'Attack of the Killer Tomatoes'...
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