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Old January 25, 2024   #1
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Default GWR Cherry

Hi, Looking forward to this year, last year was a disaster. Would love to try a GWR cherry tomato. Any recommendations for a green when rip cherry tomato?
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Old January 25, 2024   #2
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Lucky Tiger is a good one .

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Old January 25, 2024   #3
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Sweet baby Jade, a potato leaf dwarf is very tasty and productive.
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Old January 27, 2024   #4
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Green Bee F1 is unique: firm when ripe, stays firm when cooked, good flavor.

Green Tiger was the best- tasting tomato in my garden last year.
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Old January 27, 2024   #5
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I can recommend these I grew 2023:
All Green Cherry
Cherry Verde
Datterino Verde a Punta
Green Honey
Pocket Star Cherry
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Old January 27, 2024   #6
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My go-to when I want a GWR cherry is Green Doctors Frosted.

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Old January 27, 2024   #7
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Agree with Green Doctors Frosted. Not a fan of hard or crunchy cherries.
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Old February 2, 2024   #8
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I am a big fan of Lucky Tiger. Another new one I also like is from the Dwarf Tomato Project-Dwarf Sara's Ollala Emerald. Prolific, golf ball sized clear green fruit that are clean and fruity tasting.
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Old February 8, 2024   #9
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I totally agree with the two mentions of Green Doctors Frosted which is the sweetest tomato (of any type) I've ever tasted. Green Doctors (not Frosted) was also great for me but why not go for the very best? I got my seeds from Casey's Heirloom Tomatoes of Airdrie Alberta.
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Old February 12, 2024   #10
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The Green Gage from France is very good. I only grow up to 5-6 feet.
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Old March 3, 2024   #11
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Hi all, so sorry it's taken a while to get back to the forum. I managed to get Green doctors frosted lucky tiger and green gage. Looking forward to a tomato salad with bocconcini from a recipe I found a couple years ago. Last year a total disaster but hopeful for this season.
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Old March 3, 2024   #12
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Hi all, so sorry it's taken a while to get back to the forum. I managed to get Green doctors frosted lucky tiger and green gage. Looking forward to a tomato salad with bocconcini from a recipe I found a couple years ago. Last year a total disaster but hopeful for this season.
Hello Montyb

I am happy you found the "2 Green Cherry Tomato Type" for growing out this Year.
We all are Praying for a Better year than "The Last Year 2023 Heat heat-degree wave Across America, Amen!!!

Share with us the Excitement of all your hard Work.
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