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Old January 6, 2019   #61
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Marsha, do you remember this thread when you were looking for Nizami seeds?

http://www.tomatoville.com/showthread.php?t=48186

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Old January 6, 2019   #62
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Marsha, do you remember this thread when you were looking for Nizami seeds?

http://www.tomatoville.com/showthread.php?t=48186

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Yes. Why?
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Old January 6, 2019   #63
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Okay...that was a nice fix for today Marsha! Beautiful tomatoes, sunny days, and of course the zinnias are stunning. Very hard to grow those flowers here although some folks see to have a little luck with them. I love them!
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If you don't remember why then it might be best that I don't remind you why.

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Old January 6, 2019   #65
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Great photos.

I grew Polish and the best tomato I've ever ate.

I have 1 in an EB that produced big beautiful fruit but looks done; one in a Root Pouch that seems a lot more productive - also big beautiful fruit.

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Chocolate Stripes vs Not Vintage Wine - I can't tell the difference. Mine are huge / and fairly productive especially the ones in the root pouches.
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Old January 6, 2019   #66
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Thank you for the pictures! Lol, maybe I should take over my neighbor’s yard in addition to mine; that way I could grow everything I want.
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Old January 6, 2019   #67
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Thank you for the pictures! Lol, maybe I should take over my neighbor’s yard in addition to mine; that way I could grow everything I want.
PlainJane, I like the way you think!
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Great photos.

I grew Polish and the best tomato I've ever ate.

I have 1 in an EB that produced big beautiful fruit but looks done; one in a Root Pouch that seems a lot more productive - also big beautiful fruit.

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Chocolate Stripes vs Not Vintage Wine - I can't tell the difference. Mine are huge / and fairly productive especially the ones in the root pouches.
Polish is a really great one. The Not Vintage Wine should have antho , and CS doesn't.
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Old January 7, 2019   #69
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Today's photos. Brutus has almost perfect pretty, and very good tasting red tomatoes, they get much larger than what's shown here.
New Cheef is a rounder relative of Big Cheef, also PL.
KBX tastes so fabulous. Its my favorite for BLTs.
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Getting yummier all the time Marsha, looking good. Please keep them coming
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Old January 7, 2019   #71
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Rebel Alliance tasty, great textured, brown, slightly ribbed heart shaped cherries, on a multiflora vine.

My previously red fleshed "Red Lithium " has segregated to a beautiful bicolor, so this is actually Lithium Sunset. Im saving seeds because its very delicious.
If anyone I gave seeds of Red Lithium to happens to have gotten the red flesh, please can you send me some seeds, that is what I want to carry forward.
Still, I must admit this one is a definite grow again, great taste texture, and production.
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Old January 7, 2019   #72
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Talk about torture by photo (and Quarantine regs). Keep them coming
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Old January 7, 2019   #73
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Tomatoes have been on my mind, just not in the palate. We tried a few cherries at Christmas and now are drooling over your pictures, knowing how great they must taste. I love Margaret Curtain, so the heart variety must be a keeper, too. Olive Hill was great last year. Looking forward to trying Bear Creek again.

Love all of the pictures, they help drive away some of the winter doldrums.
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Old January 7, 2019   #74
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KBX stands the taste test of time and it’s got such a wonderful texture.

Love the pictures!
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Old January 8, 2019   #75
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Your pictures are awesome. Again we are living vicariously until we can start our seeds. Keep them coming
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