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also, your garden store guy sounds like a fool. i am pretty certain that tomato plants are annuals and only live/produce tomatoes for 1 season/year.

blueberries are the ones that you'd much more likely have had to wait, for but it looks like you're in the clear. production on those plants will probably increase in the coming years.

look at you with the green thumb! first, good for you and second, how gorgeous can a blueberry be? you have the miss america of blueberries. tomatoes vying for congeniality at this point. that is postcard perfect.

Oh, my, I've got to get a blueberry bush! That just looks too inviting. How cool that your plants are doing so well! My tomatoes aren't doing anything yet, but here in Georgia, we have a long summer still to go, so fingers crossed I'll get a few.

Oh, those are so pretty! I have a (as of yet non-producing) raspberry plant. It never occurred to me to plant blueberries. For some reason -- having exactly nothing to do with horticulture -- in my head, blueberries grow in the northwest. But California blueberry bush. I might have to check out one of those...

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