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Growing gold

Yellow tomatoes offer many fine heirloom choices

7:54 PM, Aug. 26, 2013
Growing golden, or yellow, tomatoes adds variety and color to the garden, as well as the long, heirloom tradition of these classic plants.
Growing golden, or yellow, tomatoes adds variety and color to the garden, as well as the long, heirloom tradition of these classic plants.
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Chances are you haven't yet tried growing golden, or yellow, tomatoes in your garden.

When most people think of a tomato, they think of a big, meaty, cherry red fruit. To really explore the vast world of the garden tomato, it's essential to begin to investigate, select and grow the many colorful, flavorful and unusual varieties of heirloom tomatoes.

In addition to golden tomatoes, you'll find purple tomatoes, green tomatoes, as well as pink, orange and several that are striped or spotted. ...

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