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Old March 6, 2018   #31
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Try Pink Princess !
Ok, maybe I could squeeze one more into my cherry tomato row...where to get seeds?

P.S. Thanks to the generosity of fellow Tomatovillians, I've had 2 offers for seeds- thank you! Shove over, Sungold!

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Old March 6, 2018   #32
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Old March 6, 2018   #33
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It's so boring to grow only one variety...
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Old March 7, 2018   #34
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No way that I can/will grow just ONE.
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Old March 7, 2018   #35
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One variety would never be optimal, but suppose circumstances dictated it: you're incapacitated and someone offers to grow one tomato plant/variety of your choice for you.

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Old March 7, 2018   #36
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Old March 7, 2018   #37
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Old March 7, 2018   #38
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one of my own F2 crosses. Because out of that would be a rainbow selection to take forward one would never be enough for me
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Old March 7, 2018   #39
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Hillbilly. My entire family's favorite. Grows good here in Virginia.
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Old March 8, 2018   #40
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Sungold. It's the best tasting tomato I've ever had. I'm thinking about it and my stomach just started growling. Only 4 months to go.
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Old March 8, 2018   #41
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Yes, Sungold. And I don't even really like to grow cherries, much prefer big tomatoes. But the flavor is so worth it.
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Henderson's Pink Ponderosa. My dad was right about this heirloom from the 19th century. It has it all - taste, size, beauty, production.
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Old March 8, 2018   #43
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Ever tried Sun Sugar? I grow both but find Sun Sugar cracks less and skin a bit thinner. Tastewise pretty similar to me.
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Old March 8, 2018   #44
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Trying Sunsugar this year. I love Sungold until the taste goes funky in late summer. Have heard that Sunsugar doesn't do that......

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