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Old January 1, 2019   #1
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Aces High
Australische Nächte
Baxter Early
Big Red Jabučar
Blue Suede Shoes
Bola Macisco
Brandywine x Stupice
Brandywine from Croatia
Buzǎn
Cabin Fever
Costral Pride
Cosner/West Virginia
Cseresznye Alaka Lyc 3065
DelNegrillo Verde
Dr. Sud's Capon Bridge/West Virginia
Earl's First Early
Elfie's Greek
Giant Syrian PL
Erika d' Australie
Frau Ernestine
Freidorfer
Himmelsglück
Idaho Hillibilly
Inimǎ de Bou
Italian Sweet
Kapidag red
Knallrotes Ochsenherz
Leatha's Italian
Linnaeus Heart
Livingston's Grape
Mapalad
Mrs. Bot's Italian Giant
Pansy Ap/Tom Wagner
Paw Paw/West Virginia
Perry's Selection/Portugal 1900
Purple Strawberry
Regina Lenzing/Siebenbürgen
Rey de Mallorca
Rozalie de Budila/Rumänien
Snow Ball Lyc 3884
Spitz/Rumänien
Rebel Starfighter Prime
Rebel Starfighter Prime VT 16
Steinblume
Stripes o Yore/Tom Wagner
Süße aus Israel
Terra Cotta
Vaters Himbeerrose
3068FQ


Spanische Sorten:

Balazote
Benach del Papiol
Bombeta
Can Bogunyà (penjar)
Castrillo Rio Pisuerga
Corazon de Nueno
de Beseit
De penjar "Fluixo"
Extremeño
Grande de EL Endrinal
Mordo de Plaza
Naranja del Salvador
Negro de Almeria
Plano de Erandio
Pera de Valencia
RAF negro
Rojo de Villaverde
Rosa de Zuera
Rosdo Tio Ignacio
Stefania
Verdal

Chilis

Aji Monagre
Anaheim
Barbakoa
Biquinho white
Black Hungarian
Cseresznye gelb
Jalapeno Conchos
Gänseschnabel

Paprika

Alexander
Dulce de España
Feher CECE-as
Ferenc Tender
Guernico
Pimiento Marron

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Old January 1, 2019   #2
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How do you want folks to respond to you and I ask since usually these kinds of requests are posted in the Trade Forum where offers are made by one person and anyone answering will say here is what I have to offer.

Just trying to help so that it makes it easier for you to get a good response.

Also, I have different spellings for some varieties you listed such as

Negro de Olmeda

Rosa de Zaurautz

No, I'm not looking for seeds but have always had a special interest in Spanish and Portuguese varieties and have gotten most of my seeds from Paco in Spain,Vladimir here at Tville and still need to contact Nicolas Garcia from Spain.

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Old January 1, 2019   #3
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I got al lot of kinds from France with that spelling.
Wait, till the tomatoes are ripe, than we can compare.
PS: Rosa de Zarautz I had in cultivation 2018 and I have it in 2019...

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Old January 1, 2019   #4
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That's a good, interesting list! It's so hard narrowing down the varieties

Happy New Year and have fun growing them!
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Carolyn, I think this list shows what asmx is intending to grow in 2019 and I'm sure she already knows what to expect.

May I correct 2 typos? It's Inima de Bou (instead of Irima) and Mapalad (instead of Mapacad).
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Old January 9, 2019   #6
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it starts:

Pimiento de Infantes
Alaku Sarga
Minibel
Juni
Cherry Falls
Pimiento Marron
Guernico













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Old January 9, 2019   #7
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Oh, your babies are so cute!
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Old January 9, 2019   #8
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They look terrific so far!
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Old January 9, 2019   #9
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The one tomato on your list that stands out is...Giant Syrian PL.


I've been searching for that variety for many years. I hope your plants are PL.
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Old January 10, 2019   #10
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I am nosy to this kind, too!
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Old January 10, 2019   #11
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You have very nice pictures. I look forward to adding photos of ripe tomatoes. I'm mainly interested about Extremeňo, I had its seeds , but they did not germinated me. Is that Juni a tomato?
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Old January 10, 2019   #12
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I cannot give you seeds from Extremeño, I must first grow them.
Than - Juni is a Russian bushtomato and very, very early - and the best - it tasts!

http://www.tomat-pomidor.com/newforu...html#msg312450

http://www.tomat-pomidor.com/newforu...html#msg708354

That was my "Juni" - I sowed it very late...


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I apologize for the misunderstanding. I did not want the seeds, I should not place the plants where to place. I'm already overcrowded.
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Old January 17, 2019   #14
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Yesterday went all those kinds into the earth which are important for me:

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Old February 11, 2019   #15
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I am glad to this kinds:

Hoy/West Virginia



Humph (GWR)



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