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Old May 1, 2018   #1
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I know you can find many in the seed banks such as peruvianum ...

J and L gardens has several, a quick search brings up: _id=230

Tradewinds has them as well:

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Old May 1, 2018   #2
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In the fall I will be having some, as I'm growing a few different ones.Which are you looking for?
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Old May 1, 2018   #3
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I have a lot of the Texas wild cherry. Sweet, small cherry tomato, grows in clusters of 5, is highly productive in good conditions and will produce in the worst of conditions though not as much. I have been growing it in Texas since I move here 4 yrs ago. My sister grew it last year in NY and she got buckets of them. I have some extra seeds if you want to try.
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