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Old July 6, 2018   #541
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And here is my blushing Sunrise Bumblebee fruit:

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Old July 9, 2018   #542
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Here is a trio of ripe and blushing tomato pictures as of today.


First picture is of four ripe Sunrise Bumblebee.
Second is two blushing New Big Dwarf.
Third is a blushing Dwarf Caitydid.



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Old July 12, 2018   #543
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Today I decided to sample my first New Big Dwarf fruit of the season. It was somewhat small at only 5 oz (most of the more mature fruit on the plant appear 50% larger), but I was just happy to make myself a nice salad along with a few Sunrise Bumblebee fruit thrown in for good measure.


The New Big Dwarf is growing in a 10 gallon fabric container and currently stands at 3.5 feet tall. The first fruit ripened 114 days from sowing and 66 days from transplant. It was pretty good tasting for an early fruit and was well-balanced.



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Old July 12, 2018   #544
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Here are my plants at 6 weeks after transplant. Now days are 95 and nights 58. A lot of fruit starting to set. Am getting some Interior BER on two plants.
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Old July 12, 2018   #545
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The plants are looking good so far!


And that one beautiful landscape too.


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Old July 13, 2018   #546
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Here was today's harvest of my 10 oz. Dwarf Caitydid, ripe after 67 days from transplant (115 from sowing). It was pretty yummy!
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Old July 15, 2018   #547
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How is the taste of the sunrise bumblebee? Beautiful looking fruit.
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Old July 15, 2018   #548
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How is the taste of the sunrise bumblebee? Beautiful looking fruit.

Very good! And, to top it off, every one of the fruit is visually stunning.
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Old July 15, 2018   #549
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My first Dwarf Sweet Sue was ready today - 69 days from transplant and 117 days from sowing. It weighed 8 oz (about 226 grams) and was very tasty and flavorful!
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #550
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Here are some of our tomatoes. The first ones are Pomodoro Sorent.
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #551
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These are Chocolate Sprinkles.
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #552
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Here are the Costoluto Fiorentino No more Interior BER for a week now.
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #553
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Maglia Rosa. I also decided to pull a Malee Rose plant that "randomly wilted for no reason". I kept three green tomatoes, and I think I have another plant.
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #554
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I love Maglia Rosa - such a great little tomato!
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #555
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Pink Berkeley Tie Dye
True Black Brandywine
Kellogg’s Breakfast
And my first rip PBTD
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