Ordering my seeds last night and I can not find a source for San Remo
tomatoes this year. White Flower (Shepherds) does not carry it
anymore, Renee's Garden (Shepherds) does not either.
Anyone have any they would sell????
Please email to jlatimer @ uga.edu
(take out spaces) I don't get by these psrts often enought to
remember to check here...
Thanks Bill! Google did not find those sites. I did look in my seed
box and I do have an extra packet from last year. Whew! Now I know
why I always order extra of the varieties I really like. San Remo is
the best sauce one I have found. Sausalito from Totally Tom is #2.
Thanks again! John!
Since San Remo appears to not be a hybrid variety, why don't you save
seeds from your tomatoes and never be caught without a source of your
favorites again? They don't cross pollinate very easily.
Just food for thought-------Bill
I did find some at one of the sources Bill mentioned. I also heard from
Renee's Garden folks. Very nice people btw:
"If you haven't yet found any San Remo Tomato seeds, you can get the
equivalent seed called Pompeii Italian Plum Tomatoes(same seed, different
name) from Renee's Garden Seeds this year. Here's a link to that packet
information on the website at
"a list of the Renee's Seeds equivalents for most of the Shepherd's seeds on
the site as well. It's at:
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