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[[circled]] 93 [[/circled]] [[stamped]] FEB 11 1924 [[/stamped]] Burpee's self-pruning Tomatoe. All lovers' of tomatoes find it a difficult matter to grow enough tomatoes on as small a patch and with as little work as possible for the whole family. But the Burpee Self-pruning Tomatoe will solve the problem. They do not take up the ground space but grow straight up in the air at a good picking heighth that no one could complain about It is not only the way this Tomatoes grows but the kind of a tomatoe this thrifly vine produces. Never the less you oftimes find six or eight tomatoes clinging to one stem with not a single leaf. Last year I had one tomatoes that weighted not quite 3 lbs I purchased ten plants. These furnished our family of four all during the season for table suply as well as winter It is quite a curiosity to see them grow: But to have them beare is more so: I fear that when the people get more acquainted with them that they will be the only kind used for market aspecially.
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