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Old April 20, 2016   #67
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Originally Posted by Fred Hempel View Post
Cole Robbie described the plant differences well, above.

I like Maglia Rosa a little better, flavorwise. It is bright, sweet and tangy.


We do sell it at our site
. Was that the site you couldn't find it at?
Fred-I tossed my Pink Tiger seedlings last year because they looked virusy. This year I grew a few anyway--thinking it might just be genetic. The plant in the tomato patch looks a bit wispy but I'm hoping it is healthy. Does this sound like a typical characteristic of Pink Tiger?
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