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MuddyBoots

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    Sheffield
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    Gardening, walking.
  1. Do green tomatoes ripen better in the dark Ian? I just presumed a sunny windowsill is best but maybe your method is better. Or does it depend whether you want quick ripening, or slow to store them for longer. Nick.
  2. Hi all I grew Sweet Williams the first time from seed last year and they flowered brilliantly this year, they make great cut flowers with a good fragrance. Question is, is it worth keeping them for another year (I'm short of space)? They're biennials I think so in theory should not flower again, but the plants look healthy enough so I'll try. Has anyone else got more than one season from them? Nick.
  3. I had slow ripening outside too, so I picked them all green a few weeks ago (to avoid the blight) and put them on the window sills inside - using all our tupperware. Just about keeping up with them ripening with making chutney and soup. Already got next year's seeds, going to try Outdoor Girl for the first time.
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