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 Post subject: The Lost Seed
PostPosted: Mar 6th, '12, 20:18 
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I LOVE these guys:

http://www.thelostseed.com.au

They sell open pollinated heirloom and heritage vegetable varieties. I've bought from them three times so far (got the red cauliflower and the Hamburg parsley today, with some other things I'm looking forward to trying) and they have been consistently excellent.

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 Post subject: Re: The Lost Seed
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Looks good Tasv, it always spins me out how many varieties of tomato are around! Ive had good luck with edenseeds but these guys look well worth a try :)

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 Post subject: Re: The Lost Seed
PostPosted: Mar 7th, '12, 15:45 
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Got some salsify seeds from them (amongst other things), where most places either had black or white, they were the only one I managed to find with both..

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i read a little bit about a tomato called the "monkey ass" - seems that the folks that named it ticked off some heirloom seed people.. you can find seeds for them on ebay.. funny stuff though..

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:laughing3: sounds delicious!

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Pity we are not allowed to buy all those awesome looking tomato seeds down here though. It's pretty cool to breed your own tomato varieties too. A mate of mine in the U.S. did it and bred a bight orange tomato which looked pretty good. One of the only tomato seed packs I can buy off them is the black cherry tomato... which is ok as I'd really like to try these too.

If I cross a monkey's ass with a huge red tomato... can I call it fat ass?

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