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Old January 21, 2018   #1
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Default Lottes list of tomatoes 2018

I have now almost finished my decision of which tomatoes to grow this season, a few more will probably be added.


Adlerschnabel
Angelo Baby
Anjas Thaitomat
Annis Singapore
Argentinische Wildtomate
Auntie Madge's Plum
Banana Legs
Barry's Crazy Cherry
Bernsteinpokal
Bicolor Cherry
Black Plum
Borgo Cellano
Brin de Muguet
Britain's Breakfast
Camp Joy (Chadwick Cherry)
Casady's Folly
Cascade Lava
Cerasiforme
Chemin Rouge Hative
Chilitomat
Chocolate Cherry
Chokomato
CLN 1555
Cookie Select
Csikos Botermo
Curly Kaley
Die Kleine Mohren
Dreikäsehoch
Elf Tears
Elsas Cocktail
Ernteglück
Estisk gul
Explosion
Garden Gem
Garden Treasure
Green Doctor's Frosted
Grosse Deva
Grøn inka
Gule kinesere
Gult Dragspel
Hamlet
Health Kick
Heartbreakers
Heinz # 9129
Helene's Thai
Himmelsstürmer
Honigsüsser Erlöser
Humboldtii
Humboldtii gestreift
Junifreude
Karkiano
Kenneths Piennolo
Knoblauchtomate
Ladybird
Lange dünne Bauerntomate
Lost Marbles
Maghrebi
Make my Day
Margaret Best Yellow Tommy Toes
Marie Cherry
Meli Melo Orange
Mohamed
Nver
Orange gennemfarvet alm. løv
Orange gennemfarvet fint løv
Orange Roma
Paquebot Roma
Palka/Stick
Perlina Schweden
Peruvian Bush
Peter den Hållbare
Petit Poire
Qiang Limi Shao
Red Cluster Pear
Reverend Michael Keyes
Ribesoides
Romana
Rotes Banänchen
Scabitha
Schwarze Ella
Schwert des Samurai
Schönhagener Frühe
Sibirisches Birnchen
Sibirische Zimmertomate
Simo Finnland
Smiley Worms
Små røde kinesere
Spanish Dancer
Sukkerknald orange
Sweet Casady
Süsse Friesin
Tarzantomate
Tigerella Nero
Tropical Rubin
Tutti Frutti Mandarine
UC 105 J
Urtomate
Viagra
Vilma
Vildtomatfrø fra onkels fødselsdag
Zebre Rolq
Zluta Kytice
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Old January 21, 2018   #2
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Curious, how big is that garden?
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Old January 21, 2018   #3
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I grow most in my greenhouse, 1 of each and in pots.But my garden is huge, 4060 squaremeter.
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Old January 21, 2018   #4
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Unbelievable list! I grow 200 varieties a year, yet only found three on your list that I have grown before! Or even heard of.


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Old January 21, 2018   #5
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Thank you.I grow a lot of new ones every year, and I try to find some not every one is familiar with, that is great fun.I do a lot of trading and that way many new ones comes my way.
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Oh my gosh what a list!! Extra kudos for being a northern grower with so much tomato love. Lotte, I would love to see some pics of this rare collection of tomatoes and what you think of them.
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Old January 21, 2018   #7
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Lotte, I hope you remember me, we met at a different message site about two years ago and were setting up a trade situation,but you got back to me and said you didn't have the seeds I wanted.

Yes, I'm Carolyn, and after you grow those out and save seeds I hope you'll be up for a trading situation again,or even an outright non trading situation.

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Old January 22, 2018   #8
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That's a lotte of tomatoes
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Old January 22, 2018   #9
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Hi Bower, thanks, we are in fact a lot of scandinavian growers who grows huge amounts of tomatoes, many are at FB-groups.I'm not good at making pictures, better in growing the maters.
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Old January 22, 2018   #10
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Hi Carolyn

Yes I remember you.Of course we can set up a trade, I would love to, and I'm always making the seeds ready for exchanges.So sure we have a deal later when the season is over.
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That's a lotte of tomatoes
Ha ha ha, you are funny, but you are right, it is.
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Hi Bower, thanks, we are in fact a lot of scandinavian growers who grows huge amounts of tomatoes, many are at FB-groups.I'm not good at making pictures, better in growing the maters.
Wow, that is cool!
Even if you don't take pictures, I'd love to hear descriptions and which ones you liked best.
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I second what Bower said-can't wait to hear more about your varieties -favorites, interesting tastes etc. I haven't even heard of most of your choices which is exciting! AT the end of the season would love to see your top ten and the ten you wouldn't grow again!

Have a great grow season with that amazing list-
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Old January 23, 2018   #14
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Exciting list, Lotte, and I will agree with bower and Heide - it would be fun to read your follow up on varieties!

Best wishes toward a great growing season!!
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Wow, that is cool!
Even if you don't take pictures, I'd love to hear descriptions and which ones you liked best.
Yes I sure would do so, that is another thing I'm not good at, but that I can do better.
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