[tomato] silvery fir tree

Ian Stoba & Laurie Mandigo-Stoba (Tomato@GlobalGarden.com)
Wed, 4 Aug 1999 17:37:12 -0500

I'm so pleased with the Silvery Fir Tree tomatoes that I planted this
summer.  So far they really hung in there and managed to set fruit during
this drought and heat wave in New York while all my other tomatoes dropped
their flowers twice before managing to set a small amount of fruit.  So far
all is still green, but I also got a late start this Spring.  They're
growing in a very compact way (maybe 2-3 feet tall, and very roundish) and
I'm wondering if anyone who's grown them regularly can tell me, is this
their normal growth?  I'm not certain whether it's normal, or perhaps due
to the weather.

Regards, Laurie
Wappingers Falls, NY