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Old May 30, 2018   #61
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SMFL = SuperMultiFloraLicious. I wondered what happened to that one. It sounds interesting. Tell us how it tastes, please, Nicolas, when it is ripe.


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Old May 30, 2018   #62
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Nan_PA_6b of course! Count on it.
What is yellow next to flowers?
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Old May 30, 2018   #63
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I thought it was more flowers? If not, I don't know.



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Old May 30, 2018   #64
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It is the first picture in this post:


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Old May 30, 2018   #65
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I love the look of the s.m.f.l. flower clusters! It reminds me of broccoli.
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Old May 31, 2018   #66
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Thank you very much for your help and information.
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Nicolas,
did you ever grow tomato Extremeňo ?
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Old May 31, 2018   #68
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Hola Vladimír
Él cultivado varios tomates extremeños, hay muchas variedades extremas por desgracia circulando por España.
Extremadura es una comunidad autónoma situada en la zona suroeste de la península ibérica, está compuesta por las provincias más extensas de España: Cáceres y Badajoz.
Por lo tanto, hay muchas variedades extremas .....
De las dos variadas de extremeñas que me hicieron no impresiono por sabor
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Extremeño= from extremadura
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I was thinking tomato named Extremeňo. The seeds were from Baikal and unfortunately did not clear me.
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Old May 31, 2018   #71
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Last year I was surprised by its flavor, tomato robledillo de la jara, verdal tomato, tomato mansilla de los mules, tirvia tomato. All Spanish This year I will try many new Spanish varieties and from outside of Spain, I will have you informed about these tomato plants.
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Old May 31, 2018   #72
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I prefer a good tomato with flavor to 20 tomatoes of half flavor.
For me the production is secondary since I have more tomatoes than I can consume
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Old June 2, 2018   #73
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Hello everyone!!
I show you some photos of a ramallet tomato.
Impressive plant and multiflora
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I was thinking tomato named Extremeňo. The seeds were from Baikal and unfortunately did not clear me.
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I grew Extremeño Baterno last year, and it was very good. I am growing it again this season. It was a potato leafed heart.





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looks beautiful and so meaty Dee!
I am enjoying your photographs Nico, and I am interested to watch their development of fruit. keep posting
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