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Old December 12, 2011   #136
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Placed my order yesterday, just could not resist acquiring more tomatoes for my seed collection! It must be the tomato cabin fever...

EDITED TO ADD: Did anyone order SHERRY'S SWEET HEART? It is a bit odd to see a 'plain' pink heart tomato offered by Brad. I wonder what is in its parentage and what is special about this tomato?
No, I did not order it, as I was not sufficiently intrigued by the description and no history given
I'm also a victim of tomato cabin fever...and my order did include Sherry's Sweet Heart...I'm sure there's something special about it.
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Old December 12, 2011   #137
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Kath, I will be looking for your report on Sherry's Sweet Heart in summer!
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Old December 17, 2011   #138
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As another tomato cabin fever victim and fan of WBF tomatoes, I just placed my order for solar flare, golden gates, yellow and pink furry boar. Am wondering where I will plant them, but guess I will figure that out later. Am also wondering why cherokee green was listed as new release, limited supply?

Thanks to the folks here to the alert for new WBF tomatoes!
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Old December 18, 2011   #139
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Wow I ordered three different times from wild boar. I keep looking at the tomatoes saying oh I should have got that one instead I think I ended up with 10 variety's from wild boar then I ordered 3 more from Ohio heirloom. Good thing I am putting in a few more raised beds....I am going to have to put more beds in if I keep looking....
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Old December 28, 2012   #140
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I'll be growing Solar Flare and BlueBerry Blend from WBF; among others, this year.

Keep up the amazing work, Brad.
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Old December 28, 2012   #141
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My 1 Solar Flame plant was loaded last fall, nice not to strong taste
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Old December 28, 2012   #142
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I got Indigo Apple, Blue Beauty, and Wine Jug [back in November] Now I have to wait for spring....
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Old December 31, 2012   #143
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Gnome, thanks, good luck and let me know how they do for you.

FILMNET, lovely fruit set. Glad it was good for you.

Willys, thanks for the purchase, good luck and report back. Should be an exciting season.

Thanks to all for supporting small organic farmers and the creation of new tomato varieties.
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Old January 14, 2013   #144
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Default A word about Wild Boar Farms

I placed my order on Thurs. and my seeds arrived today.
Four days from California to South Carolina is amazingly fast service.

And my packs had a few extra seeds in them.

Thanks, Brad.

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Old January 28, 2013   #145
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I managed to whittle the list down to AAA Sweet Solana, Amethyst Jewel, Beauty King, Berkeley Tie-Dye, Blue Beauty, Indigo Apple, Pink Berkeley Tie-Dye, and Pork Chop! Can't wait to start sowing!

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Well, my Wild Boar order has been placed for 2017, how about yours
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Old January 16, 2017   #147
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Wild Boar Farms is featured on Baker Creek's seed catalogs.
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