Thursday, October 24, 2013

Swapping seedlings at work

I swapped some seedlings with a friend at work this week.

Mustard greens from my garden swapped for:
Tomato seedlings from hers. Both lots had self seeded from last summer.
The tomatoes are KY1. Her's the description she gave me.

Tomato 'KY1' - Lycopersicon esculentum
A very popular Australian heirloom that originated in Victoria (also known as Scoresby Dwarf). Loved for its flavour and being a good all-rounder that produces medium, smooth round red fruit that does not need lots of attention. A bush variety.
Mine grew to about 30 cm high x 50 cm wide and had a continuous crop for several months.  They are full of flesh so are great for salads or sauces.

I can't wait to plant them out. 

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