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Old July 3, 2018   #16
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That one called 'Kotya F1' looks so pretty.
http://www.semena-partner.ru/catalog...-kotya-f1.html
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Old July 3, 2018   #17
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Those are beautiful tomatoes! Huge, too! Can't wait to see pictures of them when they are ripe!
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Old July 6, 2018   #18
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One of the novelties i my assortment of shaped-heart tomatoes is Cuor di Bue variety. The tomatoes are beautiful and delicious.
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Old July 9, 2018   #19
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Chernoe Serdtse - Black Heart - is a Ukrainian productive variety. Heart-shapet fruits have well balancet sweet and smoky flavour.
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Old July 11, 2018   #20
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Both Ludmilla's Pink Heart and Hungarian Heart are making huge tomatoes for me this year. Hungarian Heart foliage is also not nearly as droopy/wispy as other hearts I've grown.
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Old July 14, 2018   #21
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Tomato Treasure of Inkas. I am excited.
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Old July 14, 2018   #22
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What a feast you must be having with all those beautiful hearts!
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Old July 23, 2018   #23
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Just weighed one on Paula Deen scales...18oz. Bigger than I thought they would be. Havent tasted one yet. Wet weather for my clay soil garden ruined lotsa fruit but still a banner yr. Early blight a culprit also. Picked an Eslers ML//?/? at40oz exactly to save seed for next yr.
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Old August 13, 2018   #24
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Tomato Treasure of Inkas is beautifully two-color after cutting.
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Old August 13, 2018   #25
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Tomato Treasure of Inkas is beautifully two-color after cutting.
Eye candy! How is the taste?
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Old August 13, 2018   #26
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Tomato has a delicate, creamy taste, contains quite a few acids and is very sweet.
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Old June 13, 2019   #27
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Old July 11, 2019   #28
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In that year I grow a lot of new heart-shaped tomato varieties. At the moment, some ripen and I take pictures.
https://tetajana.cz/2019/07/new-coll...atoes-in-2019/
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Old July 11, 2019   #29
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Beautiful!
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