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Old June 30, 2022   #31
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Here's a poor picture of my 2 Sweet Baby Jades. Sorry for the green background (a volunteer potato in my compost pile that has gone nuts). I only got them outside 2 weeks ago. They both have fruit beginning and are in great condition.
They look excellent Charley! Very interested in your opinion
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Old June 30, 2022   #32
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KarenO, I hope you find some dwarfs with fruit characteristics like your coreless heart varieties. They would be perfect for my rain gutter-bucket growing system.
In my top five things I hate: a big ol core so here’s hoping

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Some of the F4 Multiflora potato leaf dwarfs. Hopeful for a good fruit set
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Beautiful plants Karen, impressive flower clusters, cannot wait to see the final results
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I need to buy some of your Dwarf Seeds or Plants, because Selling my only Dwarf "Red Robin Plants, is a "Must Have" for my Customers. I never Thought My Historical Red Robins would never be a main Crop, to the point I had to grow a second Crop.

Did you help Dr, Carolyn develop "Sweet Scarlet"? If so, Can I sell the Plants as a Stable Hybrids?
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Beautiful plants Karen, impressive flower clusters, cannot wait to see the final results
Thank you! I’m hoping for good things , early days still
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I need to buy some of your Dwarf Seeds or Plants, because Selling my only Dwarf "Red Robin Plants, is a "Must Have" for my Customers. I never Thought My Historical Red Robins would never be a main Crop, to the point I had to grow a second Crop.

Did you help Dr, Carolyn develop "Sweet Scarlet"? If so, Can I sell the Plants as a Stable Hybrids?
Hi Joyce.
The dwarfs I show are my own independent breeding projects.
I think you refer to the “dwarf project” dwarfs of Craig Lehoulier and Patrina Nuske Small
I think there is a lot of good information regarding those dwarfs on the Victory seeds website
Mine are unrelated to those.
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THank you KarenO
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Hi Joyce.
The dwarfs I show are my own independent breeding projects.
I think you refer to the “dwarf project” dwarfs of Craig Lehoulier and Patrina Nuske Small
I think there is a lot of good information regarding those dwarfs on the Victory seeds website
Mine are unrelated to those.
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I always got Gary Ibsen at TomatoFest and and Craig Lehoullier mixed-up. I guess Dr, Carolyn loved them both, Amen!! I never told them of all my Legal Deadlines that demanded all my time suffering from Dyslexia, fighting for my family in Legal matters up to the U S Supreme Court many times by myself, while trying to research my Family Farming Tree Food and farming History, that started here where I live on the same property my Great Grandfather worked on. I have so much joy working in his footsteps, with the power to forgive everyday because it feel good. I pray Graig Forgives me too for giving him mixed up., too. But I see his is very busy, with much information on his website. But hopefully he will come back here one day. I will always trust both Gary & Craig.
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