Monthly Archives: July 2009

Gold Dust Ripens!

Isn’t she lovely?  Though a little dusty, she’s still beautiful.  If only she’s as tasty as ‘Black Krim’ or as sweet as ‘Sun Gold’… However, ‘Gold Dust’ has firm flesh when ripe.  She’ll make a good stuffing tomato.  Perfect for … Continue reading

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Black Krim

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Territorial Seed Company: Cuore Di Bue

My Favorite Tomato! This Italian heirloom has a very interesting shape and from what I have read so far, it is quite a celebrity in Italy to this day.   Hopefully it turns some color before we leave for vacation!

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Chocolate Cherry

Edited to add photo of CC with SG for size reference. Small clusters of Chocolate Cherry (CC) tomatoes started ripening last week and I have been too impatient to take photos before devouring the little morsels.  These babies are a … Continue reading

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Matina

My earliest tomato is Matina.  My first ripe on the vine cluster was harvested in June, beating Sun Gold a by whole month!  It’s a beautiful plant to grow with deep green potato leaves.  So far, as the catalog promised, … Continue reading

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Sugar Snack

Photo above is from a small cluster at the base of the plant.  I counted the fruits in one cluster and it has THIRTY (30)!  Let’s see if the local squirrels and blue jays leave some for me.

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