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Old January 24, 2024   #1
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Let the 2024 season begin


I put out pepper and eggplant seeds for germination
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Old January 24, 2024   #2
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Old January 29, 2024   #3
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Peppers are beggining

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Old February 2, 2024   #4
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Love seeing all those little roots of happiness beginning!
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Old February 4, 2024   #5
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Exciting, Amen!

But, I have to use Fresh Dirt on all of my Babies.
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Old February 5, 2024   #6
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Grounded

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Old February 5, 2024   #7
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I see your photos just fine on my computer, Deltoro. Your babies look happy and healthy!
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Looking Good, Amen!!
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Old March 10, 2024   #9
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It's time to sow tomatoes
Today I sowed dwarfs

Barossa Fest
Bundaberg Rumball
Chilli Chicks Wonder
Coorong Pink
Dwarf Allie's July
Dwarf Almadine
Dwarf Andy's Forty
Dwarf Ann's Dusky Rose Plum
Dwarf Audrey's Love
Dwarf Beasty Yellow Heart
Dwarf Betty's Smile
Dwarf Buddy's Heart
Dwarf Desert Star
Dwarf Eagle Smiley
Dwarf Edith Stone
Dwarf Flashy Ace
Dwarf Franklin County
Dwarf Gold and Green Cherry
Dwarf Gramma Elsie
Dwarf Grandpa Gary's Green
Dwarf Great Scott
Dwarf Green Goose Egg
Dwarf Harmonic Convergence
Dwarf Hazy’s Dream
Dwarf Howard's Railroad
Dwarf Irma's Highland
Dwarf Kelly Green
Dwarf Kip's Stripes
Dwarf Laura’s Bounty
Dwarf Mary's Cherry
Dwarf Maura’s Cardinal
Dwarf Mocha's Plum
Dwarf Modern Roman
Dwarf Phyl's Ivory Beauty
Dwarf Pico's Pride
Dwarf Poppy's Pink
Dwarf Salsa
Dwarf Sandy Stripe
Dwarf Sara's Olalla Emerald
Dwarf Scarlet Heart
Dwarf Shimmering Beauty
Dwarf Sneaky Sauce
Dwarf Sunny’s Pear
Dwarf Tanager
Dwarf Zoe's Sweet
Kookaburra Cackle
Summer Sunrise
Summer Sweet Gold
Summertime Green
Tanunda Red
Wilpena
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Good job! Impresive list!


Many dwarf varieties, are you limited by the space where you grow them?
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Old March 11, 2024   #11
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Yes, I have limited ground space. I grow all dwarfs in the ground. I try one plant per variety to try as many as possible. In addition, I have a greenhouse, but there I only have tall varieties.
In a few days I will sow tall varieties into the greenhouse.
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Wow, lots of dwarfs! I hope you will keep good records and share with us your impressions of flavor and productivity of them all.
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I have never tried dwarf varieties, I only grow varieties over 1.5-1.8 m high
anyway, very large selection, this year for example I will have 18-20 varieties of tomatoes.
I have another problem, I have too much space
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Too much space is not a problem

I'm going to write everything down, photograph it and share it on the forum
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Old March 11, 2024   #15
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Quote:
Originally Posted by deltoro View Post
It's time to sow tomatoes
Today I sowed dwarfs

Barossa Fest
Bundaberg Rumball
Chilli Chicks Wonder
Coorong Pink
Dwarf Allie's July
Dwarf Almadine
Dwarf Andy's Forty
Dwarf Ann's Dusky Rose Plum
Dwarf Audrey's Love
Dwarf Beasty Yellow Heart
Dwarf Betty's Smile
Dwarf Buddy's Heart
Dwarf Desert Star
Dwarf Eagle Smiley
Dwarf Edith Stone
Dwarf Flashy Ace
Dwarf Franklin County
Dwarf Gold and Green Cherry
Dwarf Gramma Elsie
Dwarf Grandpa Gary's Green
Dwarf Great Scott
Dwarf Green Goose Egg
Dwarf Harmonic Convergence
Dwarf Hazy’s Dream
Dwarf Howard's Railroad
Dwarf Irma's Highland
Dwarf Kelly Green
Dwarf Kip's Stripes
Dwarf Laura’s Bounty
Dwarf Mary's Cherry
Dwarf Maura’s Cardinal
Dwarf Mocha's Plum
Dwarf Modern Roman
Dwarf Phyl's Ivory Beauty
Dwarf Pico's Pride
Dwarf Poppy's Pink
Dwarf Salsa
Dwarf Sandy Stripe
Dwarf Sara's Olalla Emerald
Dwarf Scarlet Heart
Dwarf Shimmering Beauty
Dwarf Sneaky Sauce
Dwarf Sunny’s Pear
Dwarf Tanager
Dwarf Zoe's Sweet
Kookaburra Cackle
Summer Sunrise
Summer Sweet Gold
Summertime Green
Tanunda Red
Wilpena
A really interesting number of dwarf varieties. I am interested in how you grow them. Will you tie them to a pole or keep them in a cage? Or are they subspecies that don't need any support?
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