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Old May 25, 2018   #16
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Thank you very much Karen!
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Old May 25, 2018   #17
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Looks great!
I am also having a micro Aztec.. it's still very small!
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Old May 25, 2018   #18
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Good evening, I have several aztec yellow cherry, my humble and short experience tells me that Aztec is a strong plant, it has been one of the only ones that have survived the unusual cold of this year, plant many varieties and they did not resist the cold however aztec resistio very good.
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Old May 25, 2018   #19
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Nico, did the KARMA Pink survive?
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Hello Marsha! Of course KARMA pink survived, they are almost recovered, I have 5 plants in the garden and I have taken two more of the pacifiers to put them in containers to see how it behaves in containers, soon I will send photos of KARMA pink.
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Old May 26, 2018   #21
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KARMA pink and rebel alliance, impress the amount of flowers that are forming
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Old May 26, 2018   #22
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Some pictures of my Spanish storage plants (ramallet)
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Nico they look strong and healthy, so glad for you. I love how you put the name in the color of the fruit.
That Rebel Alliance is just getting started, you are literally going to have over a thousand blossoms on a single branching truss.
It is a brown heart shaped cherry, and about 1/5 of the flowers will set fruit.
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Is mallorquin pequeno different then mallorquin pequenito?
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Hello! , I think it's the same, but the real name in Spanish is Mallorquin pequeño.
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The correct name is -Ramallet Mallorquín Pequeñito (Multiflora ) - Baikal
http://www.tomatoville.com/showthrea...e%F1ito&page=6
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Vladimir, that is what Baikal wrote on mine, too.


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Hola! pequeño, pequeñito o pequeñín viene a ser todo lo mismo en español, pequeñito viene de la palabra pequeño y el sufijo -ito.
El motivo el cual se le puso el segundo nombre de pequeño o pequeñito fue para diferenciarlo de otro tomate Mallorquin de la zona que no tiene nada que ver con el Ramallet Mallorquín Pequeñito.
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I do not know if I explain myself well, my English is not good.
We use two languages here, small means: adjective related to size, pequeñito also means the same.
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Spanish has two forms of the past, the imperfect indicative and the past tense, while English has only one form of the past.
Spanish has two forms of the verb "to be" (being and being) while English has only one.
Spanish has more flexibility in the order of words than English. This flexibility of order provides the Spanish syntactic with more matrices of meaning.
Specifically, the position of the adjectives, before or after the noun that it modifies, can change the meaning.
Spanish uses the familiar form in common conversation while modern English does not.
In Spanish nouns, adjectives, and adverbs have diminutive and augmentative forms.
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