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Old August 20, 2011   #16
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Thank-you very much for all your kind comments. I have been working very hard to get my 2012 catalogue put together. Between the catalogue and my new website things are not moving along as quickly as I thought they would. I am hoping to have the catalogue up by the end of this month and should have all of my seeds available and packaged by the end of next month..

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Old August 20, 2011   #17
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Funny, the link won't let me in..XX Jeannine
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Old August 22, 2011   #18
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I know how hard it is to open a New Web-site. I am a Heirloom Farmer with a very new Web-site.
http://angelfieldheirloomtomatoes.com Many of my Customers are have problems using Pay pal account,

Since we are at the end of our this season, I pray that we have all problems solved before next season.
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Old October 22, 2011   #19
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Beautiful mouth watering tomato pictures. Including some harder to find seeds
Just place my second order this year.
Now I need a bigger garden!!

Thanks for accepting Paypal.
I know they gouge you on the fees but it makes ordering blissfully easy.

The color tomato pictures on the seed packets are nice touch.
And the number of seeds is generous.
I wish I could order everything from you.

I hope in the future you might have Tarasenko6 seeds.
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Old October 22, 2011   #20
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Jeannine,

Here is a current link to Jeff's catalogue:
http://caseysheirloomtomatoes.ca/Cas...Catalogue.html

Jeff,

A beautiful catalogue with interesting and informative descriptions! Great job!

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Old October 22, 2011   #21
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HI Steve and Parah,
Thanks so much for the kind comments, greatly appreciated.

After a few HTML code cut and past between by website and Paypal, I think my site is running without any errors.

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Old October 8, 2012   #22
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Fellow Tomato Growers,
Here is a link to my 2013 catalogue (large file):
http://caseysheirloomtomatoes.ca/Cas...dcatalogue.pdf

(small file):
http://caseysheirloomtomatoes.ca/Cas...loguesmall.pdf

I hope you will find it useful,
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Old October 8, 2012   #23
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excellent website and have been on it a long time ago. Could you tell me something about Taupo OP? If it was the sweetest in your 2010 garden, what was it compared and going up against? Was Bulgarian Triumph going up against it? I know you grow B.T so wanted to ask. thanks
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Old October 8, 2012   #24
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Jeff,
I'm absolutely in love with Maya & Sion's Airdrie Classic. It's been a truly early, very tasty addition to my garden for three years now! It's on my "grow every year" list.

Thanks for posting the 2013 catalog. I look forward to viewing it.
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Old October 8, 2012   #25
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I'm absolutely in love with Maya & Sion's Airdrie Classic. It's been a truly early, very tasty addition to my garden for three years now! It's on my "grow every year" list.

Thanks for posting the 2013 catalog. I look forward to viewing it.
And I want to thank Jeff personally for working with the F2 seeds that he got from me, gee, it has to be pre 2005 since I think the last time I offered all 5 crosses that Stanley Zubrowski did, the Stupice one being one of 5, Jeff is the only one I know of who worked with that cross to stabilize it and I know there are many who do love it.

What Stanley did was to cross Brandywine with several early varieties trying to get some taste into early varieties most of which aren't really know for great taste.

And Jeff, I did take a look at your 2013 offerings. I can't remember, but was Cuore del Drago one that I sent you for trial? I don't have my data book by me here at my conputer to check. Initially I was disappointed to find it wasn't a heart as the name implies, but when I checked with the person who sent me seeds she got the same , sent me a picture, and someone she knew paid lots of lira when the person bought the seeds in Italy.

Will send you a PM with some other comments.
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Jeff,

Beautiful and classy catalog with an excellent selection of both new and classic varieties. Great job!

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Old October 9, 2012   #27
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Jeff, I got my seeds in today. Thanks for your quick service
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Old October 9, 2012   #28
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excellent website and have been on it a long time ago. Could you tell me something about Taupo OP? If it was the sweetest in your 2010 garden, what was it compared and going up against? Was Bulgarian Triumph going up against it? I know you grow B.T so wanted to ask. thanks
In terms of Bulgarian Triumph, I would say that BT is sweet with more tomato flavour behind it.
I went back to my 2010 grow out list and here it is:
Mr. Stripey
Elizabeth Stafencisk
Early Siberian
Elberta Peach
Andrew Rahart’s Jumbo R
Bloody Butcher
Stupice
Sweet Tumbler
Sweet Adelaide
Neves Azorean Red
Milka’s Red Bulgarian
Green Gage
Jaune Flame
Guernsey Island
Sugary Yellow
Kellogg’s Breakfast
KBX
Big Sungold Select
Lucky Cross
Black Zebra
Sohpie’s Choice
Medvaya Kaplya
Zogola
Taupo
Casey’s Pure Yellow
Evergreen
Vorlon
Cherokee Purple
Black Plum
Carbon
Kosovo
Novikov’s Giant
Tommy Toe
Mano
New Big Dwarf
Lescana Beef
Martino’s Roma
Lyana
Maya and Sion’s Airdrie Classic
Goose Creek
Vendor
Variegated
Stick
Green Zebra Cherry
Perhaps I should have clarified that I was comparing it against non-cherry tomatoes and hybrids.
I hope this helps.
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Old October 9, 2012   #29
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Hi Steve,
Thank-you very much for your kind comments as I greatly appreciate them.

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Old October 9, 2012   #30
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Placed an order (had to pick up the new dwarf) and was pleased with your ordering system. Disappointed that I couldn't get M&S Airdrie classic, though.
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