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Old February 24, 2016   #16
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L 1-9 and L 1-10


FY 2-5. Peach/Pink bicolor interior. My notes say "TASTY". I'll probably carry a few plants worth forward.

FY 2-9 notes say - "pretty BC, quite tasty"



FY 2-14, FY 2-16, FY 2-15
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Old September 24, 2016   #17
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Old September 24, 2016   #18
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Paddy i dont know if its just me but i cant see your pictures.
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Old October 5, 2016   #19
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Paddy i dont know if its just me but i cant see your pictures.
Any of them, or just the last post?
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Old October 5, 2016   #20
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It was a great season for my favorite cross. Here's the "best of" (and some others that just looked cool). I still have some sitting on the counter waiting taste test/seed saving, so I may have a few more to post. I'm psyched to see everyone else's final results from this line. I sent it out to a number of people (especially the "antho mystery" sub-line).



AM FY 1-9. From the "antho mystery" sub-line. Love the looks, and the taste was 9.5/10. Near perfect. Except that I could have saved more seeds.


"Antho Mystery" FY1-10, FY 1-8 and FY 1-3. All had bicolor interiors. 1-3 taste 8/10, 1-8 was an 8/10 and 1-10 was 8.8/10


FY 2-31, FY 2-33, FY 2-30



FY 2-33
My notes said 2-30 had a GWR/pink BC interior and excellent taste. 2-33 had good taste, good looks and good productivity.


L1-19 AWESOME looks, fruity taste, one of my favorites of the season. I'll be doing a bunch of seg's from it this next year.


L1-19, L1-17


L 1-19 (see details above)
L1-17 was sweet, Taste 7.5/10



L 25-5, L 26-2, L 25-3, L 27-1
L 25-3 nice BC, Taste 8/10; L 25-5 very good flavor, L 26-2 Ananas Noir type, small, EXCELLENT flavor; L 27-1 small, but epic stripes, great flavor.




L 1-24, L 1-6
I love the way 1-6 looks, and the good, acid taste didn't hurt. L 1-24 was a pretty Ananas Noir type, taste 8.5/10


L2-29, the photo doesn't really capture the coral-pink color of the interior. Taste was 8.5/10, my notes say "good stuff"!



FY 4-11, FY 4-5. 4-5 wasn't worth seed saving, but 4-11 had EXCELLENT flavor.
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Old October 5, 2016   #21
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FY 2-4, bicolor good flavor



FY 2-6


FY 2-7, Rich flavor, less sweet, productive.


FY 2-9 nice stripes, bigger, 7.5/10


FY 2-17, the blocky plum shape was an interesting suprise. BC interior. Taste 8/10. Definitely gets a re-grow next year.


FY 2-16, FY 2-13, FY 2-14
Taste reports - 2-14 7/10, 2-13 5/10, 2-16 7/10


L 1-7, nice citrus flavor



L 1-12, L 1-8. Loves the looks on 1-12. Good flavor. 1-8 was nothing to write home about.


FY 2-10, FY 2-15. No save on 2-10. 2-15 was tasty and meaty though.


FY 2-33, FY 2-27. 2-27 was boring old red, but the nice, classic old-fashioned flavor made up for that.


L 2-5, L 2-8, L 2-6. 2-5 was very early but bland. 2-8 was a no save (I'm not saving anything out of this line w/sub-7 taste). 2-6 had a lt pink BC core, lime-acid flavor and ripened early.


L1-28,L 2-27,L 2-25. 2-27 was pretty with very good taste and early.


L 1-34, L1-8, L 2-1, L 1-4
All early ripening, 1-34 a and and 1-8 both had good flavor.



FY 2-7, FY 2-8. Didn't save 2-7, 2-8 had the classic "black" taste.


FY 4-5, FY 4-10, FY 4-9


FY 2-2, FY 2-3. 2-2 had VERY good flavor. 2-3 was bicolor, taste 7/10


FY 2-5, "metallic gold" stripes, pink interior, acid, taste 7/10


FY 2-34


FY 2-36


"Antho Mystery" FY 1-1 bicolor interior.
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I just can't help myself Paddy, but have you set up a trout test to see what they prefer?

Gorgeous looking stuff you've got going there.I am envious since from my 17 plants Freda brought in a few cherry tomatoes, and FOUR,that's 4, large ones, just a complete disaster.

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I just can't help myself Paddy, but have you set up a trout test to see what they prefer?

Gorgeous looking stuff you've got going there.I am envious since from my 17 plants Freda brought in a few cherry tomatoes, and FOUR,that's 4, large ones, just a complete disaster.

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Old October 29, 2016   #24
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FY 2-16 Nice looking. Flavor 7.5/10. Moderate production.
FY 2-9 Not sure if this one is correct. Bi-color . Good flavor 7/10.
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Old October 30, 2016   #25
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So many beautiful tomatoes; you must be pleased .

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Well i started some more seed you sent me if this coss. I planted 2 plants and got two totally different tomatoes. These are both seed from FY 2-11. I should be opening them up and tasting them tomorrow. I will post the results on flavor when i do.
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Finally cut into the orangy brown one in the first two pics. It was hands down the best tasting tomato of the season. Moving forward on this one for sure.
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You have the coolest tomatoes! I love them all. wish I had room to grow one of everything in the ground. the pots last year were a dismal try. so sorry. I think I have 3 tomato cages unused at this point.
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Old June 8, 2017   #29
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Love the look of the orangey-brown one. And even more psyched to hear it tastes great. It's still amazing to me how much good stuff has come out of this line (and how much variety there's been). I'm growing almost 240 plants this year from this cross and the more complex crosses involved with it and I have the highest hopes for them all. Would you save me some seeds from the orange-brown, and from the other one (if it's good, looking forward to that report). Thanks!
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