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Old June 28, 2017   #1
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Sorry, no pics at the moment because I dont have a computer at the moment. And not possible from the phone...

But...... l am eating tomatoes every day since june 23th !!!
Only cherries for the moment but I am very happy and pleased with what I have. The big ones will come in soon.

First was Sugary F4, then dfolletts 40x-F3-1, not Sarah goldstar, Sun Gold, Jans, Jablonelistnij and today 53x-F3-2.
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I only know Sungold. It tasted something more than Sungold? Health you
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Old July 21, 2017   #3
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What is this one I like ruffles.

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Worth ,this is an unknown heirloom from the center of France that I got last october directly from there. Its called La Nenesse, after the man who cultivated it all his life.
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Lovely tomatoes! What are the hearts? The one with the markings is very interesting.
Great start to the season, I hope everything continues to grow well!
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Wow, the fluted one is indeed pretty! Interesting history too. Are you the only one growing it? If you think it is exceptional, perhaps you can introduce it yourself here in the States using that appropriate name- in a seed offer or other method. It could become the next Cuostralee!!
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The big heart is Bleeding heart and the striped cluster is Sailors luck
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Wow, the fluted one is indeed pretty! Interesting history too. Are you the only one growing it? If you think it is exceptional, perhaps you can introduce it yourself here in the States using that appropriate name- in a seed offer or other method. It could become the next Cuostralee!!
I already have sent half of the seeds I got to Carolyn and her seeds producers are working in it. If it tastes good I will also send some packs to Gary.
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Okay now to bug Carolyn.

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