Where can I obtain "Mountain Spring" Variety of Tomato?greenspun.com : LUSENET : VictorySeeds.com : One Thread
Need HELP finding ANY source of "Mountain Spring" variety of Tomato. Was grown on Eastern Shore of Maryland until about 5 years ago and then DISAPPEARED.ANY Source or HELP welcome. Thank you, Ed Krolick
-- Anonymous, February 06, 2002
I believe that it is still available. As far as I know, it is an F1 hybrid developed at North Carolina State University. Try doing a Yahoo.com search using the following search criteria:
"Mountain Spring" tomato
Hope this helps.
-- Anonymous, February 07, 2002
I recently bought some "Mountain Spring" tomatoes from NCSU at our local county extension--about a month ago, so they are still selling them.
-- Anonymous, May 10, 2002
In 1994, I ordered a packet of Mountain Spring tomato seeds from Twilly 's - moved a couple of times, but ran across the remainder of the packet a month ago. I decided to plant the seeds to see if any germinated. Looks like the 8 year old seeds have about 80% germination - seeds were stored in a glass canning jar, in cool location. I'm looking forward to again enjoying this tomato - in NW Arkansas.
-- Anonymous, June 12, 2002
I cannot understand why anyone would want seeds to a tomato that is tasteless, tough and is capable of withstanding a seven mph impact. It is the delight of the retailer who can leave this tomato on the shelf for weeks without deteriorating. This tomato should be boycotted by anyone who likes tomatoes.
If you want a good tasting tomato, try Celebrity.
-- Anonymous, September 16, 2003