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Old December 7, 2016   #16
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Well, two Cherokee Purple tomatoes decided they were ripe and let me pick them yesterday. 91 days from transplanting the seedlings into my raised bed. I ate the small one for breakfast. Juicy, under-ripe by a day or two but taste was on the sweet side not tart or acidic at all. I'm giving the big one at least until tomorrow night, after that I can't make any promises.
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Old December 18, 2016   #17
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I call him crackhead
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Old December 25, 2016   #18
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More like winter tomatoes. Brandywine & Cherokee Purple.
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