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Old 1 Week Ago   #31
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Vladimir, I loved reading your sentiments about this community, as well as your desire to give back.
BRAVO to you!
I am also grateful for so many nice people here and for all I have learned.
While I believe you did not have a great tomato season last year, I am in the middle of the Carolyn Male Tribute and would be happy to send any seeds back to you that you may want. I cover postage for international folks.
Please let me know by DM if there are any varieties you would like.
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Vladimir, I loved reading your sentiments about this community, as well as your desire to give back.
BRAVO to you!
I am also grateful for so many nice people here and for all I have learned.
While I believe you did not have a great tomato season last year, I am in the middle of the Carolyn Male Tribute and would be happy to send any seeds back to you that you may want. I cover postage for international folks.
Please let me know by DM if there are any varieties you would like.
Heide
I'd love to get some of Carolyn's legacy. I didn't watch the event much, I will try to choose something and send a PM. Thanks for the offer.
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Thank you everyone for your input. I love seeing all the suggestions of what you think tastes the best and what works well where you are. With an overwhelming amount of varieties available, tomatoes that make your "Must Grow Again" list make a statement.
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Vladimir, I loved reading your sentiments about this community, as well as your desire to give back.
BRAVO to you!
I am also grateful for so many nice people here and for all I have learned.
While I believe you did not have a great tomato season last year, I am in the middle of the Carolyn Male Tribute and would be happy to send any seeds back to you that you may want. I cover postage for international folks.
Please let me know by DM if there are any varieties you would like.
Heide
Heide,
somehow I can't find a thread where there is an overview of the varieties whose seeds you have. Can you navigate me?
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Here are the details and my info
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And here is the variety list:
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My newest addition to my must grow list is Brandy Sweet Plum. I was shocked at how outstanding the flavor was. I know it's an accidental cross between Brandywine and Sweet 100. The taste to me is between Brandywine and Sungold.
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I sent more than two thousand seeds of Start F1 to Canada on Friday. RJGlew offered to divide them into bags and distribute them both in Canada and the USA. I just need everyone who is interested to send me their address (if they haven't already sent it to me), and I'll give it to Robert.
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My newest addition to my must grow list is Brandy Sweet Plum. I was shocked at how outstanding the flavor was. I know it's an accidental cross between Brandywine and Sweet 100. The taste to me is between Brandywine and Sungold.
I haven't heard of Brandy Sweet Plum. I'll have to look it up.

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