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Old June 4, 2017   #1
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Default Pearly Pink Orange Cherry Tomato

Does anyone know of a commercial source for Pearly Pink Orange. The only ones I have found last offered it in 2014.
Thanks in advance!
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I grow it every year, and can share some seeds, if you'd like. PM me, if you want some.
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I have not grown this variety since we moved-I used to grow it every winter, or almost every winter, in my greenhouse. I really liked it. Its not a real popular variety, so I am glad people are still growing it.
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I like it because by the time it is in full production it has more tomatoes than leaves on it, and then it tastes pretty good, too. Great for container growing.


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Does anyone know of a commercial source for Pearly Pink Orange. The only ones I have found last offered it in 2014.
Thanks in advance!
http://www.rareseeds.com/pearly-pink-tomato/
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I think the one from Baker Creek seeds is different than PPO.
I have grown PPO and it was a wonderful little bush, very early and reliable in production. Mine came from Tania's.
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Thank you everyone. I found it at Mariannas Heirloom Seeds online and ordered it. I hope she has the right one. Thanks for the offer Farmer Shawn.

Yes, I checked Baker Creek and it is Pearly Pink which is different from Pearly Pink Orange. I found out Marianna's site had it now even though it says 2014. I'll find out soon if that is right. I'm going to grow it for fall this year and maybe indoors for winter.
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