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Old February 9, 2018   #16
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I had got Limbo from a German tomato friend, she herself had got it from Russia.

Det., RL. producing lots and lots of red tomatoes, mostly size of an egg. Some thinner, some a bit more round. I had it 2 years in a row and in both years, it was "terribly" prolific, lol! Can you imagine that I thought half a plant would be enough...? I did not prune it because it is said to be "bush" type. We have used it for all purposes: eating fresh, salad, sauce


Liliput is from Russia as well, I had bought the seeds in Estonia.

Det. RL, bigger red cherries, very prolific also, but not as prolific as Limbo.

https://seemnemaailm.ee/index.php?lang=en&GID=18693
Thank you for the seeds and the description!

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Old February 10, 2018   #17
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Thanks, bjbebs.

15x is not in that list.
I did find it in the multiflora micros topic, so that's why I asked if it was this one.
But since it is only a 'code', it could as well be one of the dwarfs? Or another experiment?
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Old February 12, 2018   #18
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Ok 2 peppers I can’t find any info on:

Oranjevoye Chudo
Ophelia
Any info appreciated!
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Old February 12, 2018   #19
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Ophelia is a small, orange, pointy, very sweet pepper. They do very well in my cool climate. They were the most prolific and the sweetest by far.
I posted a link in the mmmm spoiler topic.

Edit: here goes http://www.fruitlent.nl/verkoop/popu...n/ophelia.html

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Old February 12, 2018   #20
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Wow Ophelia is a nice looking pepper! Thanks for the link!
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Old February 12, 2018   #21
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Oranjevoye Chudo (Оранжевое чудо) means Orange Wonder in Russian.
It is an orange bell pepper which grows well in Canadian climate.
https://fermers.ru/sort/perec/oranzhevoe-chudo
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Old February 12, 2018   #22
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Oranjevoye Chudo (Оранжевое чудо) means Orange Wonder in Russian.
It is an orange bell pepper which grows well in Canadian climate.
https://fermers.ru/sort/perec/oranzhevoe-chudo
Thank You! I will be growing both of these this season, both sound interesting.
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Old February 24, 2018   #23
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Any info appreciated --

Grekisk Balkong

Nima Dorinei

Ukranian Paste (asked on an older thread about this one, but figured it wouldn't hurt to ask here as well)
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Old February 24, 2018   #24
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Grekisk Balkong (Greek Balcony in English) is a tomato for hanging baskets. Red cherries, rather early and very prolific. Good taste! The seeds had been preserved in a seed bank where a good tomato friend of mine has access to. I suppose it is a very rare variety as I could not find any infos on it before growing it myself (in 2017).

Nima Dorinei is probably "Inima Dorinei" and from Romania. I have seeds for it, but not grown it myself yet. So sorry, no detailed infos. I can only tell you that "inima" means "heart".
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Old February 27, 2018   #25
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Grekisk Balkong (Greek Balcony in English) is a tomato for hanging baskets. Red cherries, rather early and very prolific. Good taste! The seeds had been preserved in a seed bank where a good tomato friend of mine has access to. I suppose it is a very rare variety as I could not find any infos on it before growing it myself (in 2017).

Nima Dorinei is probably "Inima Dorinei" and from Romania. I have seeds for it, but not grown it myself yet. So sorry, no detailed infos. I can only tell you that "inima" means "heart".

"Nima Dorinea" came to me from my Valentine request of heart tomatoes in the Wanted Forum. The writing was black marker on clear baggie, where the "I" in Inima may have rubbed off.

In my trials, it produced what I would call pointed plum/paste tomatoes.
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Old February 27, 2018   #26
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When you wanted a heart tomato, Inima Dorinei should have been fine as it means "Dorina's Heart". A plum/paste tomato does not correspond to the name, so it was perhaps a cross.

My list for 2018 is more than full, otherwise I would try my seeds just to see what I get.
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Old February 27, 2018   #27
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Thanks Gary & Clara. Searching for Inima Dorinei turned up a few things.

Here's one that shows it to be a ruffled piriform shape - http://www.rosiidingradina.ro/romanesti/inima-dorinei

Post number 287 in this thread shows it as a fat plum with a point on the end - http://206.214.211.133/~tomatovl/sho...=35831&page=20

Either way, looks like something I might put in a "paste/cooking" category, which is something I'm definitely interested in growing!
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Old March 1, 2018   #28
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Some tomatoes I couldn't find any information on:
Nowicki
Zambini's Treasure (or Zamboni)
Tsarsky Lyubimets
Meaty Russian
Dwarf Cherokee Tiger- found 2 descriptions, small dark or large red striped
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Old March 1, 2018   #29
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I started a stand alone thread on Nowicki last week. Tormato responded with a description. You can do a search in the General Discussion forum.

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MIsspelled Tsarskiy Lubimets/ might have been me/
Have grown it for few years, while not uber productive, it is reliably good every year.
http://tatianastomatobase.com/wiki/Tsarskiy_Lubimets
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