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Old December 19, 2016   #61
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Orange Jazz is great, I liked it better dead ripe. Beautiful pics as usual. I really like the look of Lavender Lake, how does its taste compare to Cherokee Purple?
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Old December 19, 2016   #62
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Orange Jazz is great, I liked it better dead ripe. Beautiful pics as usual. I really like the look of Lavender Lake, how does its taste compare to Cherokee Purple?
It's right there in terms of flavor, the shapes are a little gnarlier.
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Old December 19, 2016   #63
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Dang, I was hoping it was more uniform. Ridges cause issues.
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Old December 19, 2016   #64
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Rebel Alliance plant
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Old December 20, 2016   #65
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Great looking plant, love those multifloras! Thanks Marsha! The other parent must have been a larger black tomato if I'm thinking about my genetics correctly.
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All my picked green tomatoes have ripened and are eaten. It will be February before I can start seeds. Great pictures.
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Old December 20, 2016   #67
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Great looking plant, love those multifloras! Thanks Marsha! The other parent must have been a larger black tomato if I'm thinking about my genetics correctly.
I just looked it up. The other parent is Not Purple Strawberry. You are dead on accurate! Smart!
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Old December 20, 2016   #68
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Orange Jazz is great, I liked it better dead ripe. Beautiful pics as usual. I really like the look of Lavender Lake, how does its taste compare to Cherokee Purple?
Thank you BVV.
Lav. Lake has productivity and taste about neck and neck good, but different. Shape too.More flattened where CP is rounder.
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Old December 23, 2016   #69
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Some more
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Wonderful pics! Looking forward to taste reviews

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Old December 23, 2016   #71
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Thanks, Linda. I think you might be able to do your own in a few weeks.
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Old December 23, 2016   #72
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A few others

Barlow's Best Black, it has a very good balanced complex flavor, a favorite of Mike (Camochef)
Cranking out these weird shaped fruit. RL, indet stays a manageable height.
Lithium Sunset , I keep coming back to it because I am getting fruit after fruit. Delicious taste, beautiful red flesh, I think this is in my top 5 this year. RL, indet, a monster workhorse on a med sized vine.
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Old December 23, 2016   #73
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Marsha, your pics are mouthwatering... My grow-out will start end of February, so actually I can only enjoy YOUR tomatoes, sigh...
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Your getting me really stoked to grow Lithium Sunset.
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Your getting me really stoked to grow Lithium Sunset.
Yes, me too. She's a born sales woman.
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