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Old January 5, 2013   #196
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Thanks, Melissa!

CR - lurley
EPH - Tatiana's Tomatobase
WRP - fortyonenorth
HP - eddie46

Not much help for the 3 that I received from generous Tomatovillians, but Tania's website also lists commercial vendors for HP- I think there are quite a few. Not sure if anyone is selling the others yet. I'll be trying to save more seed for WRP for sure and also for CR if I grow it again this year.

I was able to obtain slips of Beauregard from a local Agway several years ago and since then I just sprout my own from saved tubers.

Happy planning!

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I've been offering seeds for Eastham Pink in my seed offer here and without going to the back room to check I probably still have seeds, I think they are 2009 or 2010 seeds, I think the latter, and will be offering them again in my upcoming seed offer,

My source was Tania in a wee trade we did as I recall.

Carolyn, but I encourage all to support the great seed companies we have now, Tania's being one of them, but if you're going to be ordering just one variety from her it might work out better to get my seeds. Your choice.

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Old January 5, 2013   #197
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Melissa, I saw Copper River at tomatoaddict's site, www.secretseedcartel.com Also at www.kitchengardenseeds.com
(Scheepers catalog). HP has been at Gleckler's.

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Old January 5, 2013   #198
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kath wow I'm impressed with your humble thead! Thanks so much for all the photo's and information. My mouth is watering. Now I must check some of your other threads. TY so much.
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Old January 5, 2013   #199
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kath wow I'm impressed with your humble thead! Thanks so much for all the photo's and information. My mouth is watering. Now I must check some of your other threads. TY so much.
I'm glad to hear you found it helpful, zeroma- I know that it helps me to see real pictures of fruits before I grow new varieties.
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Thanks for the reply Carolyn, Kath, & GreyGhost!

Carolyn, I will look for your seed offering next time thanks for the offer!
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Old February 3, 2013   #201
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Nice thread Kath and beautiful work on the tomatoes!

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This is an impressive line up....you did a fantastic job for many folks and i thank you <3
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This is an impressive line up....you did a fantastic job for many folks and i thank you <3
Thanks, and you're most welcome- it was a pretty good year.

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My notes from who-knows-where say this is a compact indeterminate but I've grown 8 of these between last year and this year from 2 sources and they've all been huge plants. This is one that nearly took a cage down. The yield was described as good or average but mine have produced countless bunches of blunt red hearts ranging from 7 oz. to nearly 2 lbs. when I get a double. It's a winner.
I take it that means you liked it? John Oleyar was my uncle; MOST of the BEST times of my life were in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area of northeastern PA between I-81 & the Susquehanna...
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