Reviews for: Native Florida Wild Everglades Tomato Seeds

from: Southern J Ranch

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Not much success yet... Any suggestions?
By: Christine Lanfair    (Aug 24, 2014)

Planted all 100 seeds and got 3 plats. Has been about three months and plants are only about three inches high and very spindly. Not sure what happened. I just ordered another 100 seeds to try again. Any suggestions? We live in Miami which should be perfect for this plant!

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Edward L Jones says:    (Aug 24, 2014)

Hello. Sorry you are having trouble with the seeds. They can be stubborn this time of year. Just the right temp and moisture is key. We are going to cancel this order, and send you a 100 seed packet, free and on us. Be well, Ed @ Southern J Ranch

Everglades Tomato Rocks!
By:    (Jun 2, 2014)

Somehow I ended up with 4 of these in my garden this year. I got my seeds from a guy out of Florida selling them on Ebay. This plant grows exactly as described....weedy, just doesn't give a &#@%. It reaches into the personal space of its neighbors and says, "Excuse me, pardon me, I need sun and you're in my way." It grows large, bushy and sprawling as well. The best part...the tomatoes. They are very small, but they are a real tomato-punch in the mouth. Sweet and super tomatoey when ripe. Less so when just under ripe. Some people complain about the harvesting of them, but I don't find it too terrible if you've got some snips. Just find a ripe o ripening truss, clip it and put it in a basket. If you're looking for little sweeties for minimal effort, I can't recommend these enough. I'm in Dallas and it's just now June, so they haven't been put to the heat test yet, but we are H90s/L70s now and these plants are still setting lots of fruit. These will be regulars in my garden.

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Grow easily and Taste great
By: Dale Adrain Mulert    (Oct 6, 2013)

Big hit with the family. They were easy to grow and no issues. I have 4 plants growing all producing these tiny little tomatoes.

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