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San Marzano Seedlings in So. Cal?

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  • San Marzano Seedlings in So. Cal?

    I figure my pizza oven is about a month out before cooking its first pizza...so it's a sure thing that I'll be buying the tomatos for my first few sauces. That being said I'd like to start growing the right kind of tomatos. I've heard that Costco has had San Marzano seedlings in the past. If anyone is aware of a southern cal. source for san Marzano seedlings I'm all ears.

    Failing that...a local source for seeds would be welcome as well.


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    Re: San Marzano Seedlings in So. Cal?

    In Oz you can buy them here.
    Organic Vegetable Seeds Tomato
    The English language was invented by people who couldnt spell.

    My Build.



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      Re: San Marzano Seedlings in So. Cal?


      Green Thumb in Ventura carries them, but they're not in stock right now. Salesman said they will have them before Mid March for sure (they carry them every year).


      • #4
        Re: San Marzano Seedlings in So. Cal?

        Very cool. I was thinking they might. Good to know I have a ready source. Thanks for the info.