Scott Daigre

founder, Tomatomania

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Tomatomania is popping up at plant nurseries across SoCal, where you can learn about different tomato varieties and get your hands on hard-to-find seedlings.

Tomatomania! Tomato season is ripe around the corner

Tomatomania is popping up at plant nurseries across SoCal, where you can learn about different tomato varieties and get your hands on hard-to-find seedlings.

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