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Old June 29, 2017   #1
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Default Which variety you did not plant but miss already

Hey All,
You can plant some Varieties all of the time ,

You can plant them all ...some of the time ,

We all know you can't plant them all ..all of the time ..LOL


If there was Just one variety you didn't plant this year

that you already miss the most ...... What would it be ?


Mine is Fargo .....how about you ?
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Old June 29, 2017   #2
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Sungold. What was I thinking, not growing this one?

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Old June 29, 2017   #3
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Sungold. What was I thinking, not growing this one?

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an easy fix .....if still available a buck at Canadian Tire for one plant ..
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Old June 29, 2017   #4
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Girl Girl's Weird Thing should have had a place in our garden again. Not sure how I missed it.
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Girl Girl's Weird Thing should have had a place in our garden again. Not sure how I missed it.
ditto, I tried LBB & Choc. Stripe but am going back to GGWT next year and for many years after most likely. I didn't realize how productive it was until I looked back at my notes.
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All of them (it's a lot of varieties, not just one). When it came time to sow seeds, I couldn't find my own favorite varieties. They're here, somewhere among the MMMM leftovers. I just don't know if I'm going to miss them, as I have lots and lots of new (to me) varieties planted, along with many experimental things. Time will tell if I miss the faves.
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Old June 29, 2017   #7
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Default Tough choice

It was a funny question ?

As I have lots of new ones This year that are very good and pleasing and unique etc.

And I sort of miss many more than ...Just the one ...as well this season ..


But for me the one that pops out as the one I will miss the most this season ..

Fargo .
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Black Cherry. It will be in the next lineup.
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Girl girls weird thing and Sweet Ozark Orange and Qiyanai Huang
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New Big Dwarf and Orange Russian.
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I'm about a month away from anything ripe, so right now I'm missing all of them.
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Bwhaha ^^^^^

I will always have GGWT in my garden! I guess I miss some kind of Brandywine, like pink or OTV- this is my first year without it.
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Black Bear, what do you miss about Fargo? I've never heard of it.

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Cherokee Purple. (I grew Indian Stripe this year instead, and it seems really slow to get going.)
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Grandma Oliver's Chocolate. My favorite brown.
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