Michael Cox wrote:Why not grow them seasonally and preserve them?
Tim Kivi wrote:
Because my family keep buying fresh ones anyway and I prefer fresh tomatoes. By relying on nature I can only have tomatoes for a few months a year.
Burra Maluca wrote:Have you explored some of the old varieties of tomatoes that store all winter? The spanish have ones called tomates de colgar which ripen late, have a low water content, and can be hung up in a frost free place for using fresh.
Su Ba wrote:Does anyone know the names of varieties that will go through the winter even if in a greenhouse?
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