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Old December 7, 2017   #91
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German Johnson Benton st. Is on my list for this year. Beautiful fruit
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German Johnson Benton st. Is on my list for this year. Beautiful fruit
It's more productive this year than ever before. I just love the taste. Do you already have seeds?
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German Johnson Benton st. Is on my list for this year. Beautiful fruit
Yes, I also had great results with it last year. Terhune was also quite exceptional in productivity and great taste.

Marsha- DLH is just getting cranking!! Thanks for posting the pics!!!

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It's more productive this year than ever before. I just love the taste. Do you already have seeds?
I do but Might need some of yours instead since your plant looks so awesome.

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Yes, I also had great results with it last year. Terhune was also quite exceptional in productivity and great taste.

Marsha- DLH is just getting cranking!! Thanks for posting the pics!!!

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So I can expect really heavy fruit set? Will the hearts become more pointy?

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I do but Might need some of yours instead since your plant looks so awesome.

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I think that can be arranged my dear! Remind me, or better yet, put it on the list from my January seed offer, because I know you will want a few.
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Girl Girl's Weird Thing
Goldman's Italian American
Grandma Oliver's Chocolate
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Grightmire's Pride first and second. We already harvested 2, my first ripe full sized fruit. We had burgers for lunch with a 1/2 inch thick slice of GP on them. Fantastic!

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Iva's Red Berry first 2

Japanese Oxheart (very lacy foliage) next 2
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So beautiful... it’s only another 8 months or so til I can eat one.... living vicariously through your garden photos
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So I can expect really heavy fruit set? Will the hearts become more pointy?

Well my three plants had awesome fruit set, but not at first. And yes, the hearts became more pointy the further up the plant. They won't be as pointy as an Anna Russian or Wes, but somewhere in between.

I think that can be arranged my dear! Remind me, or better yet, put it on the list from my January seed offer, because I know you will want a few.
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Old December 10, 2017   #102
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Haha, 8 months seems long.
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I especially love all your pictures at this time of year It is starting to get pretty cold here.
Please keep them coming!
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My gosh you have great looking tomatoes!
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Old December 11, 2017   #105
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Outstanding photos, Marsha, and your plants and fruits are amazingly pretty! It's hard to wrap my head around someone being able to harvest ripe tomatoes now with snow on the ground here and temps headed for the teens!

Thanks for taking the time to share your good fortune with us!

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