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Old November 9, 2019   #1
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Default Homage to Carolyn

As far as I can remember, I used to grow the Neves Azorean Red, Indian Stripe, and Kukla's Portuguese Heart from the tomatoes that Carolyn introduced to us on Tomatoville. At the moment I do not know more. Help!!!
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Old November 9, 2019   #2
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According to Tatania's TOMATObase, Carolyn had something to do with the introduction of these varieties. (question marks are where she helped with distribution; should we count those or no?)

Aker's West Virginia
Amish Potato Leaf
Amish Salad
Anna Margaret's Heart
Anna Maria's Heart
Aunt Gertie's Gold
Belyi Naliv
Blush?
Bonny Best/Geswein's Purple
Boondocks
Box Car Willie
Brandywine OTV
Brandywine Purple/Marizol Bratka
Brandywine, Red?
Buckeye State
Bulgarian 7
Chateau Rose
Chris Ukrainian
Crnkovic Yugoslavian
Cuostralee
Debbie
Diener
Dr. Lyle
Dutka's Pink
Earl of Edgecombe
Eckert Polish
Eva Purple Ball
Fritz Ackerman
German Red Strawberry
Giannini
Gogosha
Great Divide
Grosse Cotelee
Heavenly Delight?
Heidi
Herman's Yellow
High Crimson
Ilse's Yellow Latvian
Indian Stripe
Jean's Prize
Joe's Portuguese
Khirhiv
Kiev
Kornesevsije
Kosovo
Kukla's Portuguese Beefsteak?
Kukla's Portuguese Heart?
Kukla's Portuguese Paste?
Large Pink Bulgarian
Lincoln Adams
Lithuanian
Ludmilla's Pink Heart
Ludmilla's Red Plum
Ludmilla's Yellow Giant
Malinowski
Marizol Gold
Marizol Red
Mary Ann
Matt d'Imperio
Medovaya Kaplya
Mexico
Milka's Red Bulgarian/Kroska Pink Bulgarian
Mirabelle Blanche
Mule Team
Neves Azorean Red
Noire de Crimee
Olena Ukrainian
Omar's Lebanese
Opalka
Orange Minsk
Orange Minsk Heart
Orange Strawberry
Page German
Perito Italian
Pink Ice
Ramapo OP
Red Barn
Rose d'Eauze
Rostova/Sunset's Red Horizon
Russian 117
Russian Bogatyr
Sainte Lucie
Sandul Moldovan
Sara's Galapagos
Sarnowski Polish Plum
Sherrill
Shilling Giant
Soldacki
Sophie's Choice
Spadaro
Sulia's Heart
Sweet Ozark Orange?
Tidwell German
Todd County Amish
Tsar-Kolokol
Tyborowski Giant Plum
Variegated/Splash Of Cream
Velvet Red/Angora Super Sweet
Veras Paradeiser
Violaceum Altaisky
Violaceum Krypni-Rozo
Vjerino/Vjerino Paradajiz Sjeme
Wes
White Queen
Wuhib
Yasha Yugoslavian
You-Go
Zogola

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Old November 9, 2019   #3
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Well, as I am the member that provided the seeds of Anna Margaret's Heart initially to Carolyn, along with numerous emails discussing such, she was instrumental in introducing the variety. Although not one of the more popular varieties, she did include it in her last SSE listing. So I am forever grateful for her efforts in doing so and I miss corresponding with her. We were discussing a possible mutation of the tomato which had shown orange fruit instead of pink and unfortunately that discussion will never be completed.
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Old November 9, 2019   #4
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Jaune Flamme, too, I think?
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Old November 9, 2019   #5
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Krasnodar Titans, Indiana Red, Alice's Egypt, Arad's Pink Heart, and Blush come to mind right away. I'll have to search my old databases and get a more complete list posted.
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Old November 9, 2019   #6
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Dutka's Pink is a definite - I supplied her with the original seed and she offered them in her 2012 seed offer ....
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Old November 9, 2019   #7
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She sure was an amazing lady and she gave us a lot. She brought forth so many varieties for us to try.
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I tried growing Noire de Crimee at her recommendation, and did not regret it. Excelent yield and taste.
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While Carolyn did distribute Blush, it isn't really Yesteryear tomato.

And it was released the same year by Seeds of Change. So I don't know if it fits here.


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Krasnodar Titans, Indiana Red, Alice's Egypt, Arad's Pink Heart, and Blush come to mind right away. I'll have to search my old databases and get a more complete list posted.
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