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Heirloom tomatoes


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This place is in Rosemont, which is not Northern NJ but worth the trip. Locktown is about 10 minutes from Flemington and 10 minutes from Frenchtown. They are the largest growers of chili plants in the country, and have over 130 different types of heirloom tomatoes! They also have many types of asian eggplants.

Cross Country Nurseries

199 Kingwood-Locktown Road

Rosemont, NJ

908-996-4646

www.chileplants.com

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I highly reccomend Cross Country, their variety of chile plants and tomatoes is staggering. If you don't want to drive all the way down there, she'll ship you the seedlings in a box overnight. I've done that before with them and it works out quite well.

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Thank you everyone.

edit: Searching online, I found this place that has a HUGE selection of heirloom tomato seedlings...with sales coming up in various locations in the next few weeks.

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