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Old August 17, 2015   #61
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"Les refardes" collected this "Mallorquin" at Solsona. From the name it should come from Mallorca:

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Old August 17, 2015   #62
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Very nice! Do the multifora typically ripen all together in a bunch like that? Great if your making some salsa (my intetest) not so much if you just want a few for a salsa. . .
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Old August 20, 2015   #63
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Is it s a tomato variety, which is said multiflora?
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Old August 20, 2015   #64
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Wow! Is that a Millefleur mutiflora?

http://tatianastomatobase.com/wiki/Millefleur
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Old August 21, 2015   #65
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It is not multiflora, but cherry. It grew in extremely hot weather. Normally inflorescence is single or double.
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Old October 31, 2015   #66
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I have a limited seed offer for the Yellow Centiflor Hypertress in this year's MMMM swap. Details are in the spoiler alert thread.

My plant was not nearly as prolific as yours Valdimir. The taste was very good and blindfolded I wouldn't be able to tell it from Sungold. It also had the faint Sungold burn smell leaf. Every fruit, no exceptions, had a nipple bottom. A big difference from Sungold was the size , it was perfect for my container!

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Old December 19, 2015   #67
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It is not multiflora, but cherry. It grew in extremely hot weather. Normally inflorescence is single or double.
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I just read the label and it has the older name for what we now know as Zluta Kytice thanks to Clara who did some researching.

And yes,it is a cherry and yes it was grown for me in the back yard this past summer, and yes, the local man who grows my seedlings brought too many plants.I found homes for them and everyone loved it.

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Old December 20, 2015   #68
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Goldkrone neither shaped nor flavor not like Ildi or Žlutá kytice. Ildi and Žlutá kytice fruits are yellow plum-shaped, Goldkrone is spherical.
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Old December 20, 2015   #69
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Goldkrone neither shaped nor flavor not like Ildi or Žlutá kytice. Ildi and Žlutá kytice fruits are yellow plum-shaped, Goldkrone is spherical.
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PS.:Carolyn, On Thursday, I sent you something. I hope it will be okay.
Vladimir, you can send me anything, edible or not, seeds or tubers and ALL would be OK.

Now I'm confused b/c above I was noting that a label on that one picture was Rajce Ty_____ and that Clara had found out that was the wrong name and the correct name is Zluta Kytice.

When I get the link from Tania this is what I find

http://t.tatianastomatobase.com:88/w...b=General_Info

And when I get Zluta Kytice from Tania, this is what I see

http://t.tatianastomatobase.com:88/wiki/Zluta_Kytice

Notice the two pictures from Steve at Heritage seeds where the fruits are round.

I initially got my seeds from Clara for the one spelled Rajce, before she found out that the correct name is Zluta Kytice.

And whether grown as Rajce or Zluta my fruits were also round, not oval.

What we know is that with either name it's a variety from your country and that I and many others loveit.

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Old December 22, 2015   #70
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Yellow bouquet is old Czech variety (1954). The seeds are at Czech gene bank and the tomato is described there as shown on the picture.
I doubt that anyone got seeds from the Czech gene bank. At least I have not read anywhere about it.

Ildi is German tomato similar to maybe identical to Žlutá kytice (Czech firm NohelGarden only sells seeds of this variety with the consent of the German owner).

Goldkrone tomato is cultivated in Moravosed and varietal authenticity is unquestionable (grown from commercial seeds of Moravoseed)
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I found this thread quite interesting, especially since I grow/breed/trade multifloras. (or should it be apostrophe?) But why the abrupt end?

I'm growing 3 or 4 this year, if I ever get them in the ground, some already mentioned, like Geranium Kiss, Rose Quartz MF, and some yellow ones. Some of mine are SuperMultiFloraLiscious, Nipples, Peachy Pear, and some I'm still working on.

SMFL is the largest so far (on a 9-inch plate.)

Also, many years ago, I ordered "Good Old Fashioned Red" from Chuck Wyatt and was surprised at what I got; instead of a large red, I got ribbed fruits in large clusters which I believe were MF. I don't think I have any pics of the clusters but here's one pic of the fruits. They reminded me of Santorini. I don't know if I still have seeds, plus I don't recall if I saved any because I was disappointed it wasn't what it should've been... if I can find the original seeds and they are about 15 yrs old or less, I may be able to germinate them, as that's about where my results teeter-totter (15-16 years.)

Nipples, the last 2 pics, has L. Cheesmanii as a parent.
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Two photos from my garden to this topic.
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Old August 20, 2016   #73
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Two photos from my garden to this topic.
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Vlad, what's that fabric you're using? Looks like bleached burlap.

I'm using organza, all different sizes up to 35x50cm, and lose many blossoms to heat. Maybe I should find a way to vent any heat... we've had temps generally 86-93F.
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Vlad, what's that fabric you're using? Looks like bleached burlap.

I'm using organza, all different sizes up to 35x50cm, and lose many blossoms to heat. Maybe I should find a way to vent any heat... we've had temps generally 86-93F.
Mark,I think Vladimir is leaving home today to go to some kind of race then going on vacation for a while,since we have been corresponding about seeds..I just checked his em and today and tomorrow he's going to watch a Motorcycle Grand Prix,and on Monday is leaving for vacation.

Just so you know that he may or may not be able to answer you before going on vacation.

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Old August 21, 2016   #75
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I use old curtains. In the picture two vijane tomato Ramalet Bombeta poised to hang.
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