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Old March 1, 2021   #1
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Default Lotte's tomatoes 2021

Then I couldn't wait for the sowing, the first ones went into the soil in house today:

Cerise Baumarkt Frankreich
Cherry Mojey Kumi
Cora Grün
Emmy Transilvania
Frontenac
Helianthus
Honey Joy
Japanische Runde
Jawor
Jin Juan Fan Qie
Kirschtomate Ecuador Most Sweetest
Kirschtomate Sweetest Peru
Laos Cherry
Mini Oxheart
Orange Ping Pong
Papa Grape
Paula's Süsse
Rancho Solito
San Marzano DOP
Schwarzes Körbchen
Snowstorm (Blush)
Tjurpanna
Weissleinchen
Zollinger's Cherry

Tomorrow I think new ones will do the same.
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Old March 1, 2021   #2
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Very interesting list, quite a few I’ve not heard of so it will be fun to see your progress as the season goes on. Hope it’s a great one for you
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Old March 2, 2021   #3
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Thank you Karen.Yes I'm trying to grow tomatoes not that well-known, in order they don't disappear.Today I have to sow some more.
And I wish you a great season too, I guess you have been longing for it as well as I have.
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Old March 2, 2021   #4
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Part 2

These were sowed today:

Beauty Queen
Cherry Cascade
Cherrytomate Costa Rica
Freudenträne
Ga'hai
Hawaiian Orange Cherry
Johannisbeertomate Orange
Orange Pear Cherry
Pios Mini Ei
Pierrette
Pünkchen
Red Charm Cherry
Rotorange Langtraubige Obsttomate
San Marzano Gigante 2
San Marzano Lungo # 2
San Marzano Mini
San Marzano Pula
San Marzano Theodora
Schokoladeperle
Senfbeere/Mustard Berries
Stoke's Alaska
Sweet Bunch
Tonadose de Conores
Yserinom v. Lisa
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Old March 3, 2021   #5
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Part 3

Australian Nugget
Balkonzauber
Bonsai
Cabomar
Cape Teaser
Carabetta
Charlottchen
Clementine
Coeur de Surpriz
Freckled Child
Grafitti Pink
Grüne Rispentomate
Grøn aflang daddel (Aldi)
Hartman's Yellow Gooseberry
Herta
Janes Citroncherry
Jeanets kryddercherry
Kirschtomate miniklein rot
Long Blue
Lysegul aflang
Lyc. macrocarpum nigra
Mallorca Gärtnertomate
Mom's Big Fat Grape
Olijf
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Part 4

Aucuba
Black Asian Pear
Blue of the Night
Blue Pearl
Braune Pflaume aus Litauen
Braunes Birnchen
Cherry Talisman
Heinz 3402
IPM
Jordanische Tropfenförmige
Kalvados
KARMA Purple MF
Khabarovsky LYC 3851
Kinesisk Joker Cherry
Lottes Lime
Nyanya
Petit Poire
Schneeflöckchen
Sort minidaddel
Sweet Sharon
Sød fynsk skøn cherry
Thai Pink Egg
Verde Claro
White Cherry Heart
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Old March 5, 2021   #7
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Can't wait to see your reports on how they did for you, that is an awesome collection of tomatoes, makes my head swim,so many varieties!!
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Old March 6, 2021   #8
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Thank you biscuitridge.I have been collecting for many years.I hope to make a proper report on the different ones, and especially I'm looking forward to see the germination.Always a miracle for me.
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Part 5

Café Bule
Copper Currant
Datterino Zebra
Dwarf Sunny's Pear
English Breakfast Yellow
Gelbe Perlen von Magali
Goldperle
Jip en Jannecke
Manchester Plum
Orange Paruche
Palmwoods
San Marzano
San Marzano 2
San Marzano 3
San Marzano Lampadina
San Marzano Nano
San Marzano Redorta
San Marzano Sct. Agata d. G.
San Marzano Trilly
Sizilianische Cherrytomate
Sweet Casady
Tehuacan Mexico rot Kirschtomate
Tummeliten
Weapons of Mass Destruction Pink
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Old March 7, 2021   #10
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Part 6

Baby Roma
Belle Angevine
Black Opal
Chocolate Egg/Little Chocolate
Chocolate Sprinkles F1
Elf Tears Not
English Rose
Enola
Frau Metzger
Guernsey Island
Guldkrone
Hildegard af Bingen
Jersey Devil
Jersey Sunrise
Ladybird
Lettuce Leaf Tree
Lu Leng Ho
Manx Marvel
Maries Cherry
Martinos Roma
Meny
Moldawische Kirsche
Odoriko
Wessel's Purple Pride
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Why are there so many San Marzano strains?
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Old March 8, 2021   #12
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Why are there so many San Marzano strains?
Because I have that many in my seedcollection, and wanted to see the difference, if there are some.I know there are the large ones and the small ones, but many I have no idea what will look like.Now I'll see.
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Old March 9, 2021   #13
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Part 7:

All Green Cherry
Balconi Yellow
Balkonstar
Balkontomate
Bicolor Cherry
Boguslawski Tobona
Camone
Cape Teaser red
Clou
Cooks Island
Den Adelige Prins
Djodah
Heaven's Joy
Küstengold
Lemon Boy
Little Sun
Nepas11
Paquebot Roma
Pelino 2014
Red Robin
Samambaia
Sweet Tiny Tiger
Tini Tiger
Warren's Yellow

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Old March 10, 2021   #14
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Part 8:

Blumenstrauss
Bountiful
Capricia
Cheula Kirsch
Chocolate Cherry
Chocolate Grape
Citron Compact
Citrus Orchard
Currant Sweet Pea
Datterino Giallo
Dr. Carolyn Pink
Gelbe Eierparadeiser
Goldkörnchen
Inges laksefarvede flad
Jacobs favorit(Inge)
Lipperts cherry
Little Black Zebra
Mini Yellow
Nordglanz
Okaiji
Pink ribs (Currant)
Süsses Früchtchen
White Sensation
Wilde aus Volmerswert
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