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Thu Feb 11, 2021 10:03 pm

Someone (Probably at TV) once described the tomato Paw Paw as "almost TOO sweet for a slicer."
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Aunt Ginny's Purple
Iva's Red Berry
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Fri Feb 12, 2021 1:41 pm

Bulgarian Triumph and Shirley "S" are VERY sweet to my taste. I prefer a more higher acidic taste when it comes to tomatoes.

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Tue Feb 16, 2021 5:03 pm

Parkseed Nectar F1
Ambrosia Orange UBX
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Wed Feb 17, 2021 8:22 pm

Wow, thanks everyone. It is quite the list and I am happy to know I have a few that I haven't grown before. Of course, now I want all the ones I don't have lol. Especially Cherokee Yellow Perfection Peach.


Our List of Sweet Tomatoes
Amana Pink
Amazon Chocolate
Ambrosia Gold
Ambrosia Orange UBX
Ambrosia Red
Ananas Noire
Anna Russian
Aunt Ginny's Purple
Babushkino Bychie Serdse
Big Rainbow
Black Cherry
Blackberry
Brad’s Atomic Grape
Bradley
Bulgarian #7
Bulgarian Triumph
Carbon
Cherokee Green Pear
Cherokee Yellow Perfection Peach
Cherokee Yellow Red Pear
Clear Lake Heirloom
Crnkovic Yugoslavian
Crookneck sungold
Dr. Carolyn
Eagle’s Beak
Elgin Pink
Esterina F1
Eva/Eva’s Purple Ball
Fish Lake Oxheart
Fruit Punch
Garnet
Green Tiger
Hawaiian Pineapple
Heatherington Pink
Heshpole
Hibor
Hugh's
Indian Dark Violet
Isis Candy Cherry
Italian Sweet
Iva's Red Berry
J&L Ambrosia series
Jackie
Joe’s Pink Oxheart
Jujube
Juliet F1
Kellogg’s breakfast/kbx
Large Pink Bulgarian
Lennie and Gracie’s Kentucky Heirloom Yellow
Maglia Rosa
Marge’s Polish Pride
Medovaya Kaplya
Monroe
M's Sun Suga
Nicky Crain
Omar's Lebanese
Opalka
Parkseed Nectar F1
Paw Paw
PI129129
Pink Honey
Pink Sweet
Porter
Purple Dog Creek
Rancho Solito
Red Butter Heart
Reinhards Purple Heart
Ron's Carbon Copy
Rosella
Russian Mini Yellow
Sandul Moldovan
Shirley "S
Sprite
Stump of the World
Sunchocola F1
Suncitron F1
Sungarnet F1
Sungold
Sungold F1
Sunlemon F1
Sunorange F1
Sunpeach F1
Sunrise Bumblebee
Sunsugar F1
Tastiheart
Tidwell German
Virginia Sweets
Yellow Plum
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Post: # 41298Unread post Ella NJ
Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:12 am

I would like to add to the list the dwarf variety that grew well both in container and in raised bed: Dwarf Sweet Sue (pale yellow color).
For me it grew 4 to 5 feet with plenty fruits about 6 to 10 ounces. The taste is different to most tomatoes, really fruity.

And as was mentioned before, Blackberry is consistently sweet as well. Taste is more complex, not for nothing it has "berry" in the name. Mostly for me were in 5 to 9 ounce range, with some larger yearly and smaller at the end of the season. Love both of them. Many other tomatoes change the taste (depends on the weather, diseases), this two taste the same for me.

Brandywine Sudduth has consistent sweet not too sour taste for me as well. But it is not as sweet as Dwarf Sweet Sue and as complex as Blackberry.
They are all 3 on my grow list for this year.

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Post: # 41564Unread post Barmaley
Sun Feb 21, 2021 12:30 am

What if an addition to sweetness I will add as requirement productivity, earliness and complexity of taste? Is there such thing which combine them all?
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Post: # 42486Unread post JenniferBella
Fri Mar 05, 2021 5:41 pm

Barmaley wrote:
Sun Feb 21, 2021 12:30 am
What if an addition to sweetness I will add as requirement productivity, earliness and complexity of taste? Is there such thing which combine them all?
Very good point!

I have grown sungold and they are early, productive and while I don't know about complexity, it was a cherry bomb in the mouth.

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Sun Mar 07, 2021 3:15 pm

Best Ive found is Super Sweet 100. Harvested 1630 of them last year from one plant
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Wed Mar 17, 2021 5:39 pm

That Cherokee Yellow Perfection Peach (we're starting to have names like racehorses...): are we sure that's not a synonym for Wapsipincicon Peach? The descriptions sound similar.
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Post: # 43178Unread post MissS
Thu Mar 18, 2021 1:16 pm

Mojo wrote:
Wed Mar 17, 2021 5:39 pm
That Cherokee Yellow Perfection Peach (we're starting to have names like racehorses...): are we sure that's not a synonym for Wapsipincicon Peach? The descriptions sound similar.
He stated in another post that this was a cross developed by a friend and the friend named it.
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Thu Mar 18, 2021 4:17 pm

Barmaley wrote:
Sun Feb 21, 2021 12:30 am
What if an addition to sweetness I will add as requirement productivity, earliness and complexity of taste? Is there such thing which combine them all?
The closest thing I know of is SunG "old", letting SunGold mature a bit past its prime.

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Post: # 46532Unread post JenniferBella
Mon May 10, 2021 8:24 pm

Hello,
This one is growing well. Just a few more weeks until I can put it in the group. Thanks for the suggestion!
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Ella NJ wrote:
Thu Feb 18, 2021 8:12 am
I would like to add to the list the dwarf variety that grew well both in container and in raised bed: Dwarf Sweet Sue (pale yellow color).
For me it grew 4 to 5 feet with plenty fruits about 6 to 10 ounces. The taste is different to most tomatoes, really fruity.

And as was mentioned before, Blackberry is consistently sweet as well. Taste is more complex, not for nothing it has "berry" in the name. Mostly for me were in 5 to 9 ounce range, with some larger yearly and smaller at the end of the season. Love both of them. Many other tomatoes change the taste (depends on the weather, diseases), this two taste the same for me.

Brandywine Sudduth has consistent sweet not too sour taste for me as well. But it is not as sweet as Dwarf Sweet Sue and as complex as Blackberry.
They are all 3 on my grow list for this year.
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Post: # 46533Unread post JenniferBella
Mon May 10, 2021 8:28 pm

QAGUY wrote:
Sun Mar 07, 2021 3:15 pm
Best Ive found is Super Sweet 100. Harvested 1630 of them last year from one plant
Wow, I love that you counted them! Goals!
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Mon May 10, 2021 10:27 pm

Wow! More than 16X the claimed harvest of 100. Our best red cherry for 3 years running has been Sweet Baby Girl (red) cherry. The only negative is these indeterminates are not short plants. We love the taste, texture and perfectness, though it is a hybrid, so saving seeds is not recommended. Hazzards Seed Co. was my source. Although I am 'experiementing' with Braveheart F1 this year for something different.
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Tue May 11, 2021 12:42 am

MissS wrote:
Thu Mar 18, 2021 1:16 pm
Mojo wrote:
Wed Mar 17, 2021 5:39 pm
That Cherokee Yellow Perfection Peach (we're starting to have names like racehorses...): are we sure that's not a synonym for Wapsipincicon Peach? The descriptions sound similar.
He stated in another post that this was a cross developed by a friend and the friend named it.
Yes, MissS is correct that they're different. I've grown both, and they taste totally different, but they look and feel similar. Cherokee Yellow Perfection Peach is super sweet. Wapsipinicon Peach was earlier for me, and was kind of acidic (not sweet). I much preferred Cherokee Yellow Perfection Peach. CYPP had fatter fruits, too, I think.
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Fri May 14, 2021 1:36 pm

This year I grow Hibor from Darrel Jones. According to him, it has 11 - 13 Brix. I'll measure it and let you know.
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Post: # 50947Unread post MrBig46
Thu Jul 22, 2021 2:13 am

At me it looks like this today:
Hibor- I tasted the first fruit of the Hibor tomato 40 days (DTM) after the flowering of the flower from which it grew (10.6.). He was really sweet. Fruity taste, indistinct.
The other three varieties so far bear fruit only in the green state, Cherokee Purple and Lorelei will probably be really very fertile.
Pienollo x LA 0417 also looks good.
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