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Old August 7, 2018   #181
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I'll even add some Rosa de Zauretz seeds, 2016 seeds,if you don't have them already, from the town in Spain called Zauretz, and I have the description somewhere here, well everything is always somewhere.

My seeds from Charleen in France.
I did find the description from the one above, sent to me by Charleen in France close to the border with Spain.

Will also send you Negro de Olmeda, the original of what became known as Kumato.

Baikal, as you know is from the island of Mallorca. You weren't the only one who had trouble understanding him,so now we have Nicolas from main land Spain who has joined Tville. It was Nicolas all along who was translating for Baikal, so now one can interact with Nicolas directly.The two of them work together now and Nicolas knows English very well.

I remember you saying that the Reinhard Green Heart you got from the seed offer didn't germinate,but the other two did.

Shawn said something had happened with his growout of the green one,but didn't know that at first.

The good news is that I'm sure I can get you good green heart seeds from someone who has been interacting with Reinhard directly as I was originally.

Finally,in your other thread you mentioned a Stanley plum tree.

When my grandfather bought the land that became our farm there were two of those trees already there and were already about 30 ft high,we called them Italian Prune plum trees, sweet and delicious, I still remember them .

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Bombeta.
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Bombeta.
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First time I've seen it and you promised me you'd save lots of seeds for ones I told you I'd send.

With that little point at the end it reminds me very much of Riesentraube fruits which have the same kind of pointed bottom.

I have to wonder if there's any connection at all between the two despite having different names.

Bombeta is supposed to be from Spain, and Riesentraube was know to be found in several countries in Europe. And what the Spanish brought back from South America ended up in Portugal/Spain,which were one country at the time.

And yes,it took several centuries of accidental cross pollinations and mutations before we ended up with the wonderful, at least to me,HUGE diversity of varieties we now have, from especially Spain.

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First time I've seen it and you promised me you'd save lots of seeds for ones I told you I'd send.

With that little point at the end it reminds me very much of Riesentraube fruits which have the same kind of pointed bottom.

I have to wonder if there's any connection at all between the two despite having different names.

Bombeta is supposed to be from Spain, and Riesentraube was know to be found in several countries in Europe. And what the Spanish brought back from South America ended up in Portugal/Spain,which were one country at the time.

And yes,it took several centuries of accidental cross pollinations and mutations before we ended up with the wonderful, at least to me,HUGE diversity of varieties we now have, from especially Spain.

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As I wrote somewhere, I put a bag on one inflorescence. Meanwhile, these fruits are green, but I hope theySo far, these fruits are green, but I hope they get red. I would not like to send seeds from unprotected flowers. But I also take the seeds from those fruits on the bowl for sure .
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Zamorano, beautiful, tasty tomatoes with a reliable harvest.
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Family Heritage.
In 2013, Baikal sent me a tomato seed with a note written: It has been grown in the family for more than 60 years. I thought it was a tomato that was grown in his family.
But Baikal brought me out of the wrong with he getting the seeds from someone girl from the spanish forum infojardin.

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The seeds of this tomato were marked by Baikal as Rosa Aragon. Great beef 250 to 400 grams.
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The seeds of this tomato were marked by Baikal as Rosa Aragon. Great beef 250 to 400 grams.
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And Rosa Aragon I know as well.

://www.gohttpsogle.com/search?q=Rosa+Aragon+spanish+tomato&hl=en&source=l nms&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiwtI-JnZrdAhXnUt8KHQ8dB6sQ_AUICSgA&biw=1706&bih=815&dpr =1

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Salobre, Gallego and Zambrano in the 3 pictures. Big, juicy, red tomatoes with a few near 2lbs. These plants will go well into October. Thank you Vlad for the seed.
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Salobre, Gallego and Zambrano in the 3 pictures. Big, juicy, red tomatoes with a few near 2lbs. These plants will go well into October. Thank you Vlad for the seed.
Yes, I've grown all three, or had someone grow them for me and where they are grown,in a good year they do very well.

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