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Organic and Sustainable Living Meetup Message Board › florida varieties search - Sustainable Seed Co.

florida varieties search - Sustainable Seed Co.

Carole Jackson, MA...
user 23570431
Casselberry, FL
Post #: 23
I learned the hard way that not all varieties sold in Florida stores are sutible for Florida gardens. Also, the seedlings are not as healthy as the ones I start from seed.

https://sustainablese...­ notes which varieties have been approved for Florida weather. They show when I search the word florida.

I'm especially excited to try the Abraham Lincoln tomatoes and compare to the Brandywines. Sounds like it's a good match for flavor yet more resistant to disease.

This is what I'm planning to buy today.

Abraham Lincoln http://sustainablesee...­
Casper eggplant
Clemson Spineless 80
Waltham 29 Broccoli Seeds
Sweet Banana Pepper
Brandywine Tomato Seeds

I also like all the history the site gives on each variety.
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