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Old March 22, 2018   #16
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Very impressive list Karen! Can I ask what size your greenhouse is and is it heated?
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Old March 22, 2018   #17
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Small backyard greenhouse used mainly for seedlings. Yes heated as needed
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Old March 23, 2018   #18
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Meanwhile, back in Alberta (snow). Wow, super list, all the crosses - so intriguing. Please keep posting. I have only grown Violet Noir (winner) and Altai Orange, which was exceptional.
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Old March 24, 2018   #19
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Agree on Altai Orange it was great one for me as well. Will be following thread and waiting for updates.
Besides crosses which of course are uber exciting to hear about, would like to hear how Tsarsky Podarok does for you- was so so for me in production.
Love Tsar Kolokol and Russian Queen.
Sirenevoye ozero is the same name as Lavender Lake, I wonder if this will be same tomato?
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Old March 24, 2018   #20
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Agree on Altai Orange it was great one for me as well. Will be following thread and waiting for updates.
Besides crosses which of course are uber exciting to hear about, would like to hear how Tsarsky Podarok does for you- was so so for me in production.
Love Tsar Kolokol and Russian Queen.
Sirenevoye ozero is the same name as Lavender Lake, I wonder if this will be same tomato?
It’s the same tomato. The original (correct) name. Lavender lake is a translation. I think best wherever possible to use the original name. Preserves the heritage and helps avoid errors and duplication I think.
Looking forward to trying it, it’s a new one for me that I really wanted.
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Old April 2, 2018   #21
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Everything’s up and doing well, getting first set of leaves.
Only one no show Inima Dorenei 0/6 seeds so scratch that one.
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Old April 2, 2018   #22
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Some of the little fellas
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Destined to be the first of the year, Andrina a little yellow micro
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Old April 2, 2018   #24
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Nice list, I think we only grow one the same.
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Old April 2, 2018   #25
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You're going to be busy this summer. Nice collection.
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Old April 2, 2018   #26
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Karen, they look wonderful
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Nice list, I think we only grow one the same.
All the better for trading
Which one did you plant the same?
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Old April 2, 2018   #28
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Karen- just wondering if your Karma Purple and Karma Apricot plants are as big and robust growing as Karma Pink? My Karma Pinks are dominators as seedlings!
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Karen- just wondering if your Karma Purple and Karma Apricot plants are as big and robust growing as Karma Pink? My Karma Pinks are dominators as seedlings!
Apricot has been a bit smaller but they are all big plants. Really large potato leaves and they grow fast. We have been getting ripe fruit about 62 days give or take.
Would love to see pics, I hope you enjoy them!
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All the better for trading
Which one did you plant the same?
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Aurantiacum we both grow.Yes I'm up for a trading when the season is over.
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