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Growing Open-Pollinated (OP) tomatoes from seed is both a delicious and productive hobby. WinterSown.Org offers this list of seeds to help make it easier for anyone to begin growing tomatoes at home. These small-count seed packs provide enough seeds for someone to grow their own OP tomato sampler garden at home.

Please review these abbreviations before reading the list:

IND means Indeterminate. The tomato plant will lengthen its stems throughout the entire growing season. It will continue to fruit and flower until stopped by frost.
 
DET means Determinate. The stems are much shorter, they reach their length and set most of their fruits in a relatively short period of time. DETs are a good choice if you are canning your tomatoes or making batches of sauce for your freezer--you have the bulk of fruits to work with in the kitchen.
 
DTM means Days to Maturity. DTM is the number of days to the first expected ripe fruit from the time a transplant is planted into the garden.

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As of March 1, 2009 all requests must be accompanied with a printout of the dated address page which includes the seed selection form. Fill in your six first choices and four default choices on the form.

Mail the dated printout and filled in form with a two-stamp SASE ~ a # ten (long) envelope with two first class stamps attached to the SASE envelope. Do not use metered postage, use two first-class stamps. (88 cents postage required)

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OP? What is OP?

OP means
Open Pollinated

Only Mother Nature was involved in the pollination of the blossom.

Here's the list of tomatoes:

All tomatoes are OPs (unless noted otherwise).
All packs contain a minimum of six seeds.

Abraham Lincoln ~ Beautiful red globes can weigh up to 12 ounces, great old-time flavor, nice for slice or salad, 80+ DTM

Arkansas Traveler ~ Delicious pink fruits, about 8 ounces each, good cropper for hot and humid climates, IND, 85 DTM

Aussie ~ Beautiful red beefsteaks have great flavor, can weigh a pound or more, very yum too, IND, 85 DTM

Banana Legs ~  2' - 3" yellow pastes, fine for salad or sauce, this mega-cropper is great for home canners, DET, about 72 DTM

Basinga ~ Light yellow fruits ripen with a pink  blush, delicious, can weigh up to a half-pound, IND, 80 DTM

Beauty King ~ BiColor red and yellow beefsteaks can weigh twelve ounces or more, productive and yum, IND, about 80 DTM

Beefmaster ~ Meaty red beefsteaks can weigh over a pound, delicious and disease-resistant too: ASC, N, St, V. Awesome! IND, 80 DTM (We ask your understanding in that we can only share this excellent hybrid with SASEs that include a minimum $5.00 donation.)

Beefsteak Striped Blend ~ Assorted striped beefsteaks, colorful, pretty and very delicious, nice for salad or slicing, yummy! IND, about 80 DTM

Believe It or Not ~ Luscious, yummy and juicy red beefsteaks can weigh up to two pounds, nice for sald or sandwich, IND, 85 DTM

Belmonte ~ Pink ribbed beefsteaks can weigh over a pound, delicious heirloom from Calabria, Italy, IND, 72+ DTM

Better Bush ~ Expect loads of red tomatoes, most up to 4" across, tangy and delicious, disease resistant too, DET, about 68 DTM
 
Big Ben #1 ~ Pink beefsteaks, most over a pound, very yum, described as being a larger plant than 'Big Ben', IND, about 85 DTM

Black and Brown Boar ~ Pretty brick-tone fruits have skinwith shimmering dark-green stripes, great flavor and good cropper too, IND, 70+ DTM

Black from Tula ~ Mahogany beefsteaks have great taste, most about a half-pound, Ukrainian heirloom, IND, 75+ DTM

Black Krim ~ Mahogany-brown fruits with green shoulders have green gel around seeds, very delicious, IND, 75+ DTM

Bloody Butcher ~ Great flavor in an early cropper, expect good amounts of deep-red, two to four ounce tomatoes, IND, 60 - 70 DTM

Bola Macizo ~ Name translates from Spanish to 'solid ball', rare unknown variety with meaty red fruits, fine flavor, IND, 70+ DTM

Bolsemo F1 ~ Oblate, 6 oz. red fruits with slight green shoulders, excellent flavor and great disease-resistance too: TSWV, V,F, IND, about 75 DTM. (We ask your understanding that we can only share this outstanding hybrid with SASEs that include a minimum $5.00 donation.)

Bradley ~ Makes loads of 10 oz. red fruits, fine for fresh eating and nice canning-type too, Semi-DET, about 80 DTM

Brandywine 'Sudduth's Strain' ~ Pink fruits weighing up to a pound, classic heirloom has great flavor, IND, 85 DTM

Brandywine Yellow ~ Golden-yellow fruits weighing up to a pound, very delicious and very pretty too, IND, 80 - 90 DTM

Broad Ripple Yellow Currant ~ Indiana heirloom tomato has small 1/2" fruits, yummy flavor, big plants are heavy croppers, IND, about 75 DTM

Burgess Lemon ~ Pretty lemon-yellow cherries, great for salad or snacking, delicious, IND, 72+ DTM

Burgess Mammoth Wonder ~ Old variety bred from Marglobe and Bonny Best, great flavor and cropping, can weigh a pound, IND, 78+ DTM

Bush Celebrity OP ~ Early red fruits weigh up to a half pound, good cropper and disease resistant too, DET, about 67 DTM

Bush Goliath OP ~ Excellent patio tomato has loads of sweet and delicious red fruits, most about four inches across, DET, about 68 DTM

Cal Ace ~ Beautiful red globes can weigh over a half-pound, meaty reliable cropper, disease-resistant too: V, F, A, DET, about 75 DTM

Campari OP ~ Simply delicious small red tomatoes, large vines, excellent cropper, IND, 72+ DTM

Carbon ~ Brick-toned, oblate 8 - 12 ounce beefsteaks, excellent flavor, very productive too, IND, 80+ DTM

Ceylon ~ Loads of scalloped, oblate red fruits, most about two inches across, tangy and sweet, early too, IND, 70 DTM

Champagne Cherry ~ Small-fruited, cream-tone cherry tomatoes are sweet and delicious, very good cropper too, IND, 70+ DTM

Cherokee Purple ~ Dark-pink to plum-brown tomato crops delicious and large, 3/4 pound fruits, good slicer, IND, about 80 DTM 

Chico III ~ Plum-shaped red paste, about 3 oz., good cropper and nice for salad, sauce or canning, good for hot climates, DET, 70 DTM 

College Challenger ~ Australian all-purpose tomato is round, red and reliable, great flavor, nice for sauce of slice, IND, 72+ DTM

Colonial ~ Red fruits about 6 or 7 oz. each, good flavor, disease resistant: V, FF, St, ASC, and excellent cropper too, DET, about 75 DTM (We ask your understanding that we can only share this fine hybrid with SASEs that include a minimum 5.00 donation.)

Costoluto Fiorentino ~ Tuscan heirloom has smooth red beefsteaks, fabulous flavor, can weigh over 8 ounces, IND, 80 DTM

Costoluto Genovese ~ Italian heirloom has ribbed fruits, 5 - 7 oz., grown by Thomas Jefferson at Monticello, IND, 80+ DTM

DeBarao ~ Beautiful dark-red plum tomatoes, delicious cropper, IND, 72 DTM

Donskoi ~ Very delicious oxheart from Russia produces red fruits, most weigh up to a pound, IND, 75+ DTM

Douce de Picardie ~ Northern French heirloom, 2" - 3" pale-yellow, sweet fruits are fine tasting for salad or sauce, large plants, IND, 70+ DTM

Dr. Wyche's Yellow ~ Delicious golden-yellow beefsteaks, most weighing over a half-pound, large plants, IND, 80 DTM

Druzba ~ Bulgarian heirloom has pretty red globes, can weigh over a half-pound, great flavor, IND, 80+ DTM

Earliana Pennsylvania ~ Red fruits about 2.5" - 3" across, good cropper is nice for salad or slice, yum, IND, 72+ DTM

Early Ssubakus Aliana ~ Coronas of golden-yellow, plum-shaped tomatoes about 2" long, very prolific and tasty too, IND, about 70 DTM

Ed's Millenium ~ Brandywine-type tomato, pink beefsteaks are delicious and can weigh over a pound, IND, 80+ DTM

Ester Hess ~ Wonderfully flavored yellow cherries, large plants set plenty of fruit, Iowa heirloom, IND, 65 DTM

Eva Purple Ball ~ Delicious pink fruits, weighing 4 - 8 oz., good cropper, nice for slicing or salad, IND, about 75 DTM

Fabulous OP ~ Sweet and tangy, pretty red fruits can weigh over a pound, disease resistance too, DET, about 75 DTM

Ficarazzi ~ Early and heavy-setting red tomato, about 2" across, scalloped fruits are tangy, nice for sauce or salad, DET, 65+ DTM

Flathead Monster Pink ~ Very large [ink beefsteak can weigh well over a pound, great flavor too, IND, about 85 DTM

Fox Cherry ~ Loads and loads of large red cherry tomatoes, delicious for salads or snacking out of hand, IND, 75 DTM

Garden Peach ~ Pale yellow tomato develops rosy tinge as it ripes, has fuzzy skin and yum too, IND, 80+ DTM

Giant Belgium ~ Deep-pink beefsteaks can weigh up to two pounds, meaty fruits have excellent flavor, IND, 80+ DTM

Goose Creek ~ Delicious, meaty red fruits, excellent cropper, this heirloom variety does well in hot climates, IND, about 75 DTM

Grandeur ~ Yummy, oblate red fruits hang in clusters, great disease-resistance too: ASC, N, ST, TMV, V, IND, 70+ DTM (We ask your understanding that we can only share this superb hybrid with SASEs that include a minimum 5.00 donation.)

Green Grape ~ Heavy cropper has yellow-green fruits about 3/4" long, great flavor, DET, about 70 DTM

Green Zebra ~ Pretty 3 oz. fruits ripen to light green with dark-green streaking, very tasty, IND, 78 DTM

Husky Pink ~ Disease resistant: V, F, yum pink fruits 6 oz. each, good cropper and nice for larger containers, Semi-Det 68+ DTM (We ask your understanding that we can only share this remarkable hybrid with SASEs that include a minimum 5.00 donation.)

Indiana Baltimore ~ 1930s farm variety produces loads of oblate scarlet-red fruits, reliable and yum cropper, IND, 75+ DTM

Isis Candy ~ Warm yellow cherries are uniquely marbled with red blush to full streaks, lovely and delicious too, IND, 68+ DTM

Italian Market Wonder ~ Disease-resistant European market tomato, bright red fruits are delicious cooked or fresh, IND, 75 DTM

Italian Red Cherry ~ Beautiful red cherries with pointed ends are sweet and delicious, nice for containers too, DET, 65+ DTM

Japanese Trifele Black ~ Brick-tone pear-shaped fruits, often with green shoulders, very pretty and very delicious, IND, 80+ DTM

Jaune Flamme ~ French heirloom with 3 oz. golden-orange fruits, pretty and delicious, IND, 70+ DTM

JT Dorrance ~ Named for the man who developed great tomatoes for Campbell's Soup Company, pretty red globes, most over 6 ounces, IND, about 80 DTM

Korol Gigantov ~ Siberian red beefsteak can weigh well over a pound, excellent cropper is tangy and delicious, IND, 80 DTM

Keepsake ~ Beautiful, eight ounce red globes keep well long after picking, good flavor, good storage tomato, DET, 70 DTM
 
Liguria ~ Wonderfully plump and large, pear-shaped Italian pastes have fruits that are slightly ribbed, sweet and plentiful, IND, about 75 DTM

Lil's Favorite ~ Big red beefsteaks can weigh well over a pound, wonderful flavor, nice for slice or salad, IND, about 78 DTM

Lithuanian ~ Large, oblate pink beefsteaks, excellent flavor, nice for slice or salad, IND, 75+ DTM

Long Keeper ~ Great storage quailty, good flavor, orangey-red fruits keep for months when stored between 60 - 70f, Semi-DET, about 78 DTM

Louisiana Pink ~ Loads of round pink fruits with plenty of flavor, does well in hot and humid climates, plenty of flavor, nice for salad or slice, IND, about 78 DTM

Magnif Olympica ~ Argentinean variety has meaty, oblate red fruits, sweet with a touch of tang, nice for fresh eating, IND, about 78 DTM

Marizol Gold ~ German variety has dark yellow fruits streaked with red, large beefsteak can weigh up to two pounds, IND, about 85 DTM

Malkhitovaya Shkatulka ~ Lovely green-when-ripe heirloom tomatoes from Russia, very yum, name means "Malachite Box", IND, 70+ DTM

Marglobe Supreme ~ Disease resistant: V, F, heirloom makes delicious red fruits weighing about 6 - 7 oz., DET, 75 DTM

Marek's Pointy Heart ~ Red oxheart tomato from Bulgaria has whispy foliage, excellent flavor, can weigh over eight ounces, IND, 72+ DTM

Marianna's Conflict ~ Red beefsteak can weigh over a half-pound, yum like Marianna's Peace with slightly smaller fruits, IND, 80+ DTM

Marion ~ Red and round Rutgers-type, good flavor, disease resistant too: F, A, St, weighs about 8 oz., 75 DTM

Matt's Wild Cherry ~ Small red tomatoes are sweet and delicious, loads and loads of fruits on very big plants, IND, 60 DTM

Millefleur ~ Name means 'a thousand flowers', fast and early cropper has loads of delicious, small yellow fruits, IND, 60 DTM

Momotaro OP ~ Popular Japanese tomato crops seven ounce, dark pink globes that are as beautiful as they are delicious, IND, 70+ DTM

Mom's Big Fat Red Grapes, Saved by a loving daughter, these are yummy grape tomatoes, nice for salad or snacking, IND, 72+ DTM

MoneyMaker ~ Good cropper for hot and humid regions, has quite tasty red fruits, most about 4 oz., IND, 75+ DTM

Monomahk's Hat ~ Lovely deep-pink oxhearts from Siberia, early cropper with great taste, very prolific too, Semi-DET, 72+ DTM

Mortgage Lifter ~ Oblate, deep-pink fruits, very yum, good cropper too, IND, 85 DTM

Mountain Princess ~ Heirloom from West Virginia is suited for short growing seasons, crops red, round globes, yum, DET, about 68 DTM

Mr. Brown ~ Luscious brick-brown fruits up to eight ounces, marvelous flavor, nice for salads or slicing, IND, about 80 DTM

Nepal ~ Bright red globes about ten ounces each, excellent flavor, nice for salad or sandwich, IND, about 75 DTM

Oregon Spring ~ Very fast cropper, red fruits about 5 ounces each, good choice for short-season gardens, DET, 60 - 70 DTM

Pantano Romanesco ~ Old Italian variety makes pretty red beefsteaks, 8 - 12 ounces, excellent flavor, good cropper too, IND, about 80 DTM

Pera d' Abruzzon ~ Plump, pretty and delicious, this Italian giant red pear is wonderful for sauce, slice or salad, IND, 78 DTM

Phillippines Red Plum ~ Red plum tomatoes grow well in hot regions, nice for sauce or salad, good cropper, Semi-DET, 72+ DTM

Pink Berkeley Tie-Dye ~ Amazing looks and great flavor too, mahogany fruits are streaked with pink and green, most about 10 ounces, IND, about 75 DTM

Pink Floyd Mix ~ Sereating selection of Brandy Boy F6 crops one-pound Brandywine-type fruits, yummy, IND, 75+ DTM

Pink Oxheart ~ Old heirloom crops heart-shaped, large pink fruits, most about a pound, superb flavor, IND, 75+ DTM

Pinkshipper ~ Old Beltsville variety crops pretty pink globes, six ounces each, nice for slice or salad, yum, IND, about 78 DTM

Piriform ~ Red pear-shaped fruits can weigh half a pound, beautiful and delicious, nice fresh or cooked, IND, 78 DTM

Ponderosa Pink ~ Pink beefsteaks weigh up to a pound, delicious classic grown and loved for decades, IND, 80 DTM

Porter ~ Clusters of plum-shaped dark-pink fruits, excellent cropper and so delicious, IND, 75+ DTM

Precoce Marmande ~ Another early marmande-type tomato, beautiful red fruits, most over 6 oz., quite yum, IND, 70+ DTM

Principe Borghese ~ Loads of small plum-shaped, meaty red fruits, fine classic tomato for canning or drying, DET, 75 DTM

Pruden's Purple ~ Deep-pink beefsteaks are quite yummy, sets fruits earlier than most similar types, IND, 75+ DTM

Purple Russian ~ Dark maroon-brown pastes are simply delicious, IND, 80 DTM

Razzleberry OP ~ Cranks out loads of deep-pink globe tomatoes, makes great salads, makes great sauce too, IND, about 72 DTM

Red Brandywine ~ Red-fruited Brandywine strain, weighs 8 - 12 oz., delicious for salad or slice, IND, 85 DTM

Reif Red Heart ~ Delicious oxheart-type heirloom produces fruits weighing over half a pound, IND, 75+ DTM

Rio Grande ~ Wonderfully productive paste is a great for canning, sauce or salad, disease resistant: V, FF, DET, 75+ DTM

Roma VFN ~ Classic red paste tomato, improved with disease-resistance: V, F, N, good flavor for salad, sauce or slice, IND, 75 DTM

Roughwood Golden Plum ~ Thick and meaty golden-oarange pastes make great sauce or salad, heavy cropper too, Semi-Det, 75+ DTM

Rumi Banjan ~ This Afghanistan tomato has yellow oblate fruits up to 3" across, excellent flavor, Semi-DET, 72+ DTM

Rutgers ~ Round red fruits about 6 oz., good cropper, yum, DET, 75 DTM 

Russian Rose ~ Pretty pink fruits about 12 ounces each, delicious flavor, nice for slice or salad, IND, 78 DTM

Saint Pierre ~ Old French variety has red fruits about 3" across, reliable and yum, IND, 78+ DTM

San Marzano Nano ~ Wonderful deep-red plums on bush plants, heavy cropper, nice for sauce or salad, yummy, DET, 78 DTM

Sandul Moldovan ~ Large pink beefsteaks with a touch of green shoulder, sometimes irregular shape, but always very yummy, IND, 75+ DTM

Sara's Galapagos ~ Small, dark red cherries are plentiful, sweet and delicious, IND, 72+ DTM

Sausage ~ Extra-long tapered, 6" red pastes are prolific, good and meaty, nice for sauce or salad, IND, 75 DTM

Season Starter OP ~Early variety sets loads of beautiful red globes, most about six ounces, nice fresh or canned, DET, 62+ DTM

Small Red Cherry ~ Small red cherries are delicious, very plentiful and very yum, IND, 75+ DTM
 
Soldacki ~ Polish heirloom crops many sweet, dark-pink beefsteaks weighing up to a pound, IND, 75+ DTM

Spudakee ~ Potato-leaf form of Cherokee Purple has delicious and large 3/4 pound fruits, good slicer, IND, about 80 DTM

Spudayellow Strawberry ~ A stable cross of  'German Red Strawberry' and an unknown potato-leaf tomato, very yummy, IND, 85 DTM

Steak Sandwich OP ~ Red beefsteaks, most over a half-pound, excellent flavor and a very good cropper too, IND, 70 DTM

Striped Cavern ~ Pretty bell-pepper-shaped tomatoes are red and gold, nice for stuffing with mac salad, or baked with a filling of rice and meat, very yum, IND, about 80 DTM

Stupice ~ Czech heirloom is an early and long season cropper, loads of small red fruits, 2 ounces each, borne in clusters, IND, about 60 DTM

Sunray ~ Crops three-inch, golden-orange fruits, nice for slad or slice, very pretty and delicious, IND, 72 DTM

Super Beefsteak ~ Beautiful, smooth red fruits can weigh over a pound, excellent for slice or salad, yum, IND, 80 DTM

Super Marmande ~ French heirloom has delicious red fruits weighing about 6 - 7 oz., fine cropper, IND about 70 DTM

The 'Blend' ~ WinterSown's own fun and fascinating mix of assorted sizes, shapes and colors--there is something for everyone! Plenty of seeds, DET to IND, no dwarf-types, ranging from 70 to 90 DTM

Tie-Dye OP ~ Gold and red bicolor fruits, excellent cropper with fine flavor, most fruits about six ounces, Sem-DET, 75+ DTM

Tiger-Like ~ Red fruits with gold-streaked skin, 2 - 3 oz., yummy for salad or slice, very pretty too, IND, 70+ DTM

Tigerella ~ Sunset red fruits are streaked with golden-yellow, great cropper has loads of lovely salad-size fruits, IND, about 80 DTM

Tomcat OP ~ Heavy cropping cluster tomato crops pretty red fruits, 3 - 4 oz, yum and good keeper too, IND, 69+ DTM

Tom's Yellow Wonder ~ Yellow beefsteak tomatoes can weigh up to a pound, nice for slicing or salads, yum, IND, 80+ DTM

Tomatillo Purple ~ This husk tomato has yum fruits that ripen to purple, harvest when fruits begin to split their husks, can be cooked or eaten fresh, IND, 65+ DTM

Tommy Toes ~ Vigorous plants crop loads of delicious red cherry tomatoes, about 1" across, IND, 75+ DTM

Tondo Liscio ~ Italian variety, beautiful and delicious, 6 oz. red globes, nice for slices or salad, IND, about 78 DTM

Tumbling Tom ~ Small tomato plant sets loads of red cherries, dwarf habit makes it suitable for pots or hanging baskets, DET, 65 - 70 DTM

Vinson Watts ~ Heirloom tomato cropspink beefsteaks that can weigh over a pound, delicious for slice or salad, INF, 80 DTM

Vintage Wine ~ BiColor tomato has pink fruits with golden streaks, can weigh up to a pound, quite tasty, IND, about 78 DTM

Wedekind Heirloom Pink ~ Century old variety from Minnesota, pink beefsteaks can weigh over a pound, quite yum, IND, 70+ DTM

Wild Card ~ Will be a tomato variety not on this list. It could be a classic old-time favorite, or it could be something rare ;-)

Yellow Banana ~ Abundant yellow pastes from Eastern Europe, most about 2 to 3 oz., yummy, IND, about 75 DTM

Please don't forget to send the dated address and filled in selection form. Please don't forget to send a SASE with two first class stamps attached. Please do not use metered postage, use stamps. Please do not send a bubble-mailer, send a #10 (long) envelope.

FYI ~ This list is updated frequently as varieties are exhausted and new seeds added to the list.

WinterSown.Org asks for your understanding.

This list changes frequently; similar substitutions will be made when a default choice is exhausted.

The above list is mostly comprised of tomato seeds donated from gardeners and tomato growers. Seeds are shared in small amounts enabling a home gardener to sample different types of open-pollinated tomatoes.

These seeds are offered with the expectation of success to all; seeds are natural and people are human, WinterSown.Org is not responsible for crossed varieties or unintentional wrongly-named varieties.

WinterSown.Org reserves the right to refuse multiple requests from the same individual when no donation is provided.

Expect your SASE to return home in about three weeks.

With donation you can now request addtional sets of seeds.

Your Donation Helps!

 If you include a minimum $5.00 donation with your seed list we'll show our appreciation by filling out your entire list of six first choices and the four defaults--*ten packs total.
(We'll send a donation receipt with your seeds)

Up to four additional
ten-variety sets may
be requested but with donation only. Extra tomatoes may only be requested in sets of ten. Please include an additional minimum $5 donation for every extra set of ten varieties requested. Please print and use additional form sheets as needed ~ each additional set of ten varieties will require its own form sheet.

We sincerely appreciate your generous donation.

First six varieties ~ Free
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$5 donation for
 a gift of 10 Varieties
(6 choices & 4 defaults)
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$10 donation for
a gift of 20 Varieties
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Please remember to include a two-stamp SASE with all requests up to 20 Varieties.

$15.00 donation for
a gift of 30 Varieties
(18 choices & 12 defaults)
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$20 donation for
a gift of 40 Varieties
(24 choices & 12 defaults)
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$25 donation for
a gift of 50 Varieties
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Seed requests for
30, 40 or 50 varieties
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Please make out your check to:
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Thanks for your support.

*When any variety is exhausted WinterSown will make an appropriate, similar-type substitution.