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Old March 13, 2019   #1
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Default Varieties you simply can't find

I'd like this thread to be a source for tomato varieties to look out for.


I'll start it with Angel Heart.
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Amish Yellowish Orange Oxheart
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Old March 13, 2019   #3
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Amish Yellowish Orange Oxheart



tetra-cis-lycopene, eh?
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tetra-cis-lycopene, eh?
Exactly .
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Old March 13, 2019   #5
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Interesting, I see the ALYO seeds are for sale in New Zealand, where the research was conducted. Perhaps our members down under can assist in some way.


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I'd like this thread to be a source for tomato varieties to look out for.


I'll start it with Angel Heart.



This?
https://gemsandstems.ecrater.com/p/1...l-heart-tomato


Confused.
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Old March 14, 2019   #7
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Boy those look good! How comes no one mentions them here?


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Old March 14, 2019   #9
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I have yet to find a viable source for Churra Plum.


Tried to order it from Ms. Penn last year but never got a reply to my email & the Delectation site totally confuses me.


Variegated Lange Ærmer & some other Tom Wagner varieties are also elusive.
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Old March 14, 2019   #10
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Old March 14, 2019   #11
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Divine Maltese paste tomato.

Tatiana's offered it back in 2014-2016, but no longer has it.
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Divine Maltese paste tomato.

Tatiana's offered it back in 2014-2016, but no longer has it.
Growing that this year - took me two years to get it and that was thanks to Tormato. If it does well I'll be sending seeds into the MMMM, and if you don't participate just ask me this Fall to send you some seeds.
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Old March 14, 2019   #13
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Estler's Mortgage Lifter. I have a few seeds left that Carolyn sent me that are getting a little old, and my own saved seeds, but I fear if mine start to get crossed I will loose the orignal strain. I would love to see them commercially available again.
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Old March 14, 2019   #14
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Japanese Pink Cherry. I could not find it in a Google search.
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Japanese Pink Cherry. I could not find it in a Google search.
I agree.

Also Medovaya Kaplya.
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