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Old December 23, 2009   #1
jungseed
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Default Aunt Ruby's German Green

I know how much you guys hate those "which are the best" threads, but...
I have found someone to start my seeds in Canada before I get there again this year. I want to do 2 plants each of a pink, purple, green, black and cherry. I picked out:

Brandywine (pink)
Cherokee Purple (purple)
Black Krim (black)
Sungold (cherry)

The question, is Aunt Ruby's German Green a good green when ripe tomato? I know that is subjective question but does it produce and have decent flavor? This is all assuming I will get tomatoes. The track record on that isn't suggesting it can happen. As I told you before, I and mother nature currently have a score of:
2 years/ 12 plants = 1 tomato eaten

But I just can't give up. If you have any other suggestions on my list, feel free. I plant outside June 1st ish and get snow by Oct 7th ish.
I'm hoping to really lick mother nature this year - but she'll probably kick my ______ again.
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