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Old February 28, 2019   #1
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After some years of not growing much tomatoes due to being pregnant (and not being able to stand the smell of tomato plants anymore) and having the most amazing son in the whole wide world it's time to get back to some more serious tomato growing. I had more impressive growlists in the past but I'm very content with this one. And so is my little gardener who loves playing in the greenhouse with me.

Tomatoes

Amber Colored
Auriga
Bajaja
Barbaniaka
Big Cheef
Black Pepper
Bradley
Brandyfred
Butter Apple
Cappuccino
Caro Rich
Cinnamon Pear
Confetti DWF
Crushed Heart
Dixie Golden Giant
Elgums Red Cherry
Farshyrovojchnyi
Ferris Wheel
Firebird Sweet DWF
Fruit Punch
Fuzzy Wuzzy
Goldmans Italian American
Grandpa's (*other word for rooster*)'s Plume
Kiwi
Legend
Lime Green Salad
Liz Birt
Loxton Lass DWF
Maglia Rosa
Malinovyy Zvon
Marmande de Montpellier
Nicky Crain
Olga Pink Heart
Orange Jazz
Peach Blow Sutton
Pinocchio Orange
Rainbow Jazz Heart
Rjabchik
Ropreco Paste
Roza Vetrov
Russian Swirl DWF
Sgt Peppers
Siletz
Sneaky Sauce DWF
Teta de Monja
Tiny Tiger
Tonnelet
Tuxhorn Red & Yellow
Uspekh
Weissbehaarte
Wes
Wine Jug
Zlatava

Tomatoes - Crosses

Millefleur x Brandywine F2
Moonlight Mile F8
Spectrum Surpriz F6

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Old February 28, 2019   #2
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Imperasive list.
Out of all that I have grow 3 of them in the pst,
LEGEND, SILEZ, DIXIE GOLDEN GIANT.
The first 2 did well in the cool PNW. Siletz, a determinant, was one of my early ones.
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Old February 28, 2019   #3
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Siletz is a nice tomato, not a lot of fruit, but what you get are sizable and sweet.


One we grow quite often.
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Old February 28, 2019   #4
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That looks like a lot of work, so it's a good thing the little gardener is big enough to help! Hope you have a great season and post some pics!
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Nice list. It's nice you have a little helper. Special that you can share gardening.
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Impressive list. I hope you have a wonderful season.
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Old February 28, 2019   #7
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Yes, you must be so excited to get back to gardening! And all the better with #1 son

I am growing just a few of those on your list; and you have many I'd not seen before. Happy gardening to you!

To the best of seasons and years...
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Old March 1, 2019   #8
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Thank you all for the kind replies.
The little gardener is a delight (most of the time, he just turned 2 and has recently discovered the word "no") and he loves to be outside and eat berries straight from the plants. It's so cute to see how excited he gets when he discovers another ripe raspberry.
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Great list, a few I have grown, and a few I am growing this year.

It is great fun to have the small kids helping with the garden, such a pleasure to discover things with new eyes.

Good growing to you.
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From your list, I am growing Bajaja, Butter Apple, and Maglia Rosa for the first time this year.
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Old March 7, 2019   #11
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First seedlings showed their head after 4 days. Sneaky Sauce is the absolute germination king of this season.
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