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Old 1 Week Ago   #421
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Wow, so pretty, and I really am drooling!!

The Miracle looks almost like parts of it have the green sorta blotches that make me think of a giraffe's coloring.

Oh, hurry, hurry!

Are we there yet?!!!!!

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The color on those Apricots almost glow. They do remind me of climbing up in the apricot trees and getting the ripest ones that were so blushed with almost a red color.

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Getting close Imp The clear epi is very thin, the patterning seen on the exterior is the seed Locules seen through the skin
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So pretty, Karen. Lots of work with clear rewards!
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KarenO, wow. They are ALL incredibly meaty and yet good amount of jell. O girl, they are most likely the testiest cherries there are. Can't wait to try them all.
The multiflora is stunning as well. Plus the heart once.
How many varieties are you working on? I am guessing about 10. Amazing results already.
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Thanks so much for all the encouragement! I am very pleased that tomato lovers are interested in them.
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'Epic' looking tomatoes. Seem to have the great looks and taste we all want.
Good work. Very exciting.
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I haven't visited in awhile and am blown away. F7 already - so cool. I love the Miracle Karma name too. Everything is going gangbusters for your project.
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Getting close Imp The clear epi is very thin, the patterning seen on the exterior is the seed Locules seen through the skin
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I suspected it was the seed locules causing that, but the effect is so lovely . I am not aware of another tomato showing its self like that, so maybe another first for you guys!!
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I'm not aware of a round purple multiflora PL either. The taste is icing on the cake.
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