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Old July 17, 2016   #1
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Default HO HO HO!! Green Giant!! :)

What a wonderful addition this year! The first three were over a pound of a wonderful citrus-like flavor that lingered! No salt needed on these guys!

Plant is/was huge and healthy with plenty more smaller ones to come.

DEFINITELY will be back next year!

First pic are the first two 1 lb 1 oz tomatoes along with some larger Shannon's and an Orange Minsk in the upper right, along with my mystery green in the lower right with the much darker skin.

Second is one cut up next to a mystery green of mine.

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