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Old March 11, 2013   #16
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Originally Posted by Eirik View Post
Now in 2013 we in the norwegian seed savers have even more information about "Tante Ci"
The aunt, likes to refer to this tomato as "Ansofs gule" (Ansofs yellow), because she got it from The well known norwegian botanist Ansof Wyller Christophersen.
The tomato has been described as very similar to the variety "Golden Queen" and some of us here in Norway are growing both to see if they are the same variety.
In Norway there are at least four (women) members of a Polish gardening forum, of whom I know one fairly well (she grows tomatoes in a greenhouse). I'll ask them if they are interested, and of course mention both names ("Tante Ci" and "Ansofs Gule").

Last edited by GunnarSK; March 11, 2013 at 06:02 PM. Reason: two words written together
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