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Old December 26, 2018   #1
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Default Tomatoes for 2019

I have for some time been choosing among my seeds what to grow for 2019 and now I have finished my list.Only the tomatoes for small containergrowing is not choosen yet.maybe some will think I am growing far too many currants or cherrys, but they are what I like the best.And I think this is the most wonderful list I have ever made in the years I have been growing tomatoes.You are all very welcome to comment on this.


Alberto Shatters
Australische Rosen
Ballen Multiflora
Bicolor Cherry
Blaue Tomate
Blaue Wildtomate
Blaue Zimmertomate
Blumenstrauss
Bolivian Wild
Braun/Grün Cherry
Britas Cherry
Brown Bear
Brown Birne
Brun Fludum
Campbell 135
Cerise Orange
Chocolate Cherry
Cuatomate
Cuban Yellow
Dr. Carolyn
Dr. Carolyn Pink
Elf Tears not
Ernteglück
Euromoney
Everglades
'Findelkind Bohl'
Finnish Yellow
Flower Ball
Fuzzy Rose
Garden Treasure
Gelbe Clementine
Gelbes Trier
Gule dadler
Gunillas Mini Star
Heaven's Joy
Honkin' Big Black Cherry
Humongous 'Mong'
Island Kirschtomate
Island Konfekt Tomate
Iva's Sweet White
Jewels of Odiorne
Junifreusw
Julirot
Jörfi
K 14 Megagron
Kanaan
KARMA Pink F7
Kleine Französische Blaue
Kloster Schäftlarner Tropfen
Klostertomate aus Vallerone
Krentje
Kukla's Portuguese Beefsteak
Kukla's Portuguese Heart
Ladybird
Lea
Lottes Lime
Lunar Joy
Lycopersicum macrocarpum Lutea
Madagascar
Madara
Marz Round Green
Mini Rosa
Mini Zebra Green
Mormon World's Earliest 50 days
Orange gennemfarvet fint løv
Out of the Blue
Peach Blow Sutton
Peruanische Wildtomate
Petit Poire
Poil Blanc
Post Office Spoonful
Queen Aliquippa
Red Cluster Pear
Red Dwarf Romanian
Red Lightning
Red Target
Red Wolf
Rosalita
Rosenstock
Rote Ribisel
Sara's Galapagos
Schneeflocke
Solanum Habrochaites
Sonnenaufgang
Stormin Norman
Sungreen Garden
Sweet Crunch
Svea
Taiko
Taiwan Goddess
Taiwan Teardrop
Tanana Early?
Tomate aus Taiwan
Tondino Maremmano
Transparent
Trixi
Uzielli
Verde Claro
Violette Starkirsche
Walthrup Green
Waltingers Fleisch aus Indien
Wapa Rose Cherry?
Wapsipinicon Peach
Weissbehaarte
Weissleinchen
Wick's Paste
Wilde Hilde
Wildtomate aus Columbia
Wildtomate Lani aus Hawaii
Winogradnij
Wooly Green Zebra
Yellow Perfection
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Old December 26, 2018   #2
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Wow You must have some space to grow all of those. I look forward to photos of these in 2019
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Old December 26, 2018   #3
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I have grown a lot of tomatoes in my life but looking at your list, I only recognize 10-12 varieties!

WAIT! NO Orange Centiflor? NO Korney's Jelly Bean? NO Nipples? NO Matt's Wild Cherry?
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Wow You must have some space to grow all of those. I look forward to photos of these in 2019
Yes I have a big greenhouse and some of them will be in huge containers outside.

I must sau I'm better at growing tomatoes than to place photos at a computer.
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I have grown a lot of tomatoes in my life but looking at your list, I only recognize 10-12 varieties!

WAIT! NO Orange Centiflor? NO Korney's Jelly Bean? NO Nipples? NO Matt's Wild Cherry?
No you are right, I have had to many away, but Matt's Wild Cherry was in fact in my thoughts, maybe next year will be the year I grow that one.
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You're missing Post Office Runt.
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Old December 26, 2018   #7
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Yes I know, but I put it on my wishlist for next year, there is always something to dream about and want.The day there aren't anymore to wish for will be a sad one.
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Yes I know, but I put it on my wishlist for next year, there is always something to dream about and want.The day there aren't anymore to wish for will be a sad one.


Does next year mean 2019, or is it next next year 2020? If you still haven't found everything you'd like for 2019, PM me a list and a mailing address.
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Old December 26, 2018   #9
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Lotte, I'll get back to your listing when I can.I can comment on ones I know and didn't like as well as ones I thought were wonderful.

All for now.

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Does next year mean 2019, or is it next next year 2020? If you still haven't found everything you'd like for 2019, PM me a list and a mailing address.
Tormato, next year means 2020 as the list is what I'm going to grow for 2019.
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Lotte, I'll get back to your listing when I can.I can comment on ones I know and didn't like as well as ones I thought were wonderful.

All for now.

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Thanks Carolyn, I'll look forward to hear your thoughts.
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Wow, what a fantastic list Lotte with pretty much varieties I have never heard of or not tried yet. I ones I have planted already (some recently, some several years ago) are: Chocolate Cherry which I liked a lot (as many of the dark cherries , Dr. Carolyn (nice white-yellow cherry with a very good taste, but that's normal with such a name I think , Iva's Sweet White (very productive and tasty like most or all the varieties from Iva, K14 Megagron (also very productive and tasty), Kukla's Portuguese Heart (a beefsteak which I liked very much!), Lunar Joy (Lunnyi Vostorg), a nice yellow beefsteak; Madara (a beautiful orange cherry and also productive and tasty); Stormin Norman (very productive multiflora dark cherry, also yummy); Waltingers Fleisch aus Indien (a dark beefsteak which I liked a lot) and Yellow Perfection ( a yellow saladette which was quite early here in a container outside, not very special but an easy grower and surely a decent flavor).
Could it be that your Wapa Rose will be Napa Rose?
I wish you a lot of success Lotte and am very curious how all these (for me) unknown will do in your garden.
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Nice list, you need to add a few more ;-)

Just kidding, glad you have the space for it all. How many plants of each do you grow?
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Hi ed50

I have myself thought that there was something wrong with the name Wapa Rose, and also that it could be Napa Rose.That is why I put an ? after the name.

Glad to hear your thoughts about some of them, and I really hope they will turn out thay way for me too, my saliva is running....

Thanks for your wishes.
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Nice list, you need to add a few more ;-)

Just kidding, glad you have the space for it all. How many plants of each do you grow?
I normally sow 4-5 of each if I have that much seeds, some of the listed ones I only have 2 seeds of.Then I keep one plant for myself and the rest goes to family and friends, and the rest again I'll sell at different markets.

My plan was to grow 100 this year, but a few more is at the list, I could not take any of them off again, maybe not all will germinate, but I really hope they do.I have to select a few more of the smaller ones for small containergrowing, so you are right - I must choose some more.
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