Luke Welsh wrote:Hi Joseph!
My question feels pretty basic. I think I understand the philosophy but not the application. I bought varieties of tomatoes and cherry tomatoes from my local community garden organization. I understand that I'll use the seeds from their tomatoes as next year's tomato generation. But can I just take the tomatoes that the squirrels pull down and leave them on the ground for next spring? Do I need to collect the seeds in the summer and put them out the following spring, or start them inside even earlier?
Will the various breeds of tomatoes interbreed naturally by cross-pollination? Will I end up with a mix between a cherry tomato and a heirloom tomato that could be delicious or mediocre?
nancy oliver wrote:Hi, How can you find local seeds if not your own? Thanks!