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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #781
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Some photos of my tomato plants
The first photo is of taiga, it seems that it will be the first of all to mature of all and the KARMA, it seems that it is a little deformed, perhaps it was a megabloom flower, right now 69 days from the final transplant.
Second and third photo is of true colors, it seems that it begins to mature at 69 days, large hearts, I love this plant.
Fourth photo is of midnight sun, it seems that it goes a little later, another plant with an incredible flavor.
And the fifth photo is of the tundra plant, it is my first year of cultivation, it seems that it grows very well and it goes a little later than the others, the plant is beautiful
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #782
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Thank you for posting these Nico! They look fantastic. Tundra is later than the others for me as well but your plant looks wonderful. I think you’ll find it worth waiting for. If you want me to, I’ll post these on northern Gardener as well.
so pleased you enjoy them
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Thank you Karen, of course you can post on Northern Gardener.
I will keep posting photos later
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #784
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We have just tried the first Taiga tomato, I left it very ripe, my family loved it, a real delight.
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #785
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What a beauty! I am definitely out of my league...
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #786
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Your taiga looks just luscious Nico.
I’m so pleased you’ve enjoyed them!
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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #787
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F5 plants are growing well despite our cool wet spring so far. Cowboy, wild rose country, Chinook, Salish sea, oyster bay, Klondike and four other segregants as yet unnamed
Excited about these this year, getting closer to stable Starting to set.
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Beautiful looking plants Karen, must be patient Woz they will eventually travel
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I am impressed with the size of the first three hearts of "True colors", it looks like they are going to be gigantic, I love big tomatoes
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Beautiful looking plants Karen, must be patient Woz they will eventually travel
They will travel once stable
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The first three hearts 85 days after his final transplant, are very large, perhaps larger than the ones I got last year, weighing about 300 grams. Only one of them looks very ripe, the other two will ripen inside the house.The tomato color is beautiful with its different color tones and delicious flavor.
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The first three hearts 85 days after his final transplant, are very large, perhaps larger than the ones I got last year, weighing about 300 grams. Only one of them looks very ripe, the other two will ripen inside the house.The tomato color is beautiful with its different color tones and delicious flavor.
Beautiful Nico,
It looks very ripe, are you sure that’s not Taiga? Taiga is much more yellow than true colours for me. True colours is quite green at fully ripe.
Are these your saved seeds?
It looks delicious and huge
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Hello Karen. Yes, I have made sure and it is true colors, the seeds are mine, which I saved from last season.
There is always some chance that I was wrong or mixed up. This photo is one of the tomatoes from the previous photo posted.
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Karen, I really had trouble telling the difference between Taiga and True Colours. True Colors may have had more of a hint of green, especially inside the cut fruit, but not dramatically so for me. Here are some pictures from last season with some side by sides.









They were both good tasting, and I don't recall what the flavor differences were, my notes from last year are shuffled off somewhere unknown at present. I don't remember if you sent me the seeds or Marsha. Great tomatoes, in any case!
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Hello Karen. Yes, I have made sure and it is true colors, the seeds are mine, which I saved from last season.
There is always some chance that I was wrong or mixed up. This photo is one of the tomatoes from the previous photo posted.
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You certainly grew some beautiful fruit
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