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Sat Mar 28, 2020 5:50 pm

In addition to the varieties I committed to elsewhere, I threw in some seeds for Sant Clara Canner and they are up. If I recall correctly, the seeds for Red Penna were from 2006, and those buggers popped right up.
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Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:54 pm

HL2601 wrote:
Mon Mar 02, 2020 4:39 pm
I posted this on another forum but wanted to make sure anyone who wants to participate can.
Here is the post-
So, many here want to honor Carolyn and her contribution. How about this for a tribute? In her book she highlighted 100 top favorites and several that almost made the cut, I can't think of a better tribute than if the tomato community grew out the varieties she listed and then did a mass distribution. Maybe individuals could be in charge of growing 1 or more varieties from the list. They could save seed in pkgs of 5 seeds so more packets could be distributed. It could be run sort of like an MMMM. I could keep the running list of which varieties are being grown. UPDATE-By popular demand- this also includes any varieties Carolyn offered or that she spoke about highly.

People would have a deadline to send in labeled baggies by Nov 1, 2020. A redistribution to participants and others could occur in January 2021. We could then assure some of the more obscure varieties don't disappear. Her spirit would live on throughout the world as many grow in Carolyn's honor. Experienced gardeners and site newbies welcome. Any interest? If so,please post which variety(ies) you are going to grow below in this thread.
Please let me know if I have missed any.

I got my book out, and here is her list: Varieties in red are being grown. LIST LAST UPDATED 4/4
100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden
by Carolyn J. Male

1. Aker’s West Virginia
2. Amish Paste
3. Amish Salad
4. Andrew Rahart’s Jumbo Red
5. Anna Russian
6. Aunt Ginny’s Purple
7. Aunt Ruby’s German Green

8. Basinga
9. Big Rainbow
10. Black From Tula
11. Box Car Willie
12. Brandywine OTV
13. Brandywine Pink ( Sudduth Strain)
14. Brandywine Red
15. Brandywine Yellow ( Platfoot Strain)

16. Break O’ Day
17. Brianna
18. Bulgarian #7
19. Bulgarian Triumph
20. Cherokee Chocolate
21. Cherokee Purple
22. Chris Ukrainian
23. Crnkovic Yugoslavian
24. Cuostralee
25. Debbie
26. Dr. Carolyn
27. Dr. Lyle
28. Dr. Neal
29. Dr. Wyche’s Yellow
30. Druzba
31. Earl of Edgecombe
32. Eva Purple Ball
33. Germaid Red
34. German Head
35. German Red Strawberry
36. Gogosha
37. Gold Ball, Livingston’s
38. Golden queen (USDA Strain)
39. Green ( Dorothy’s Green)
40. Green Gage
41. Green Grape
42. Green Zebra
43. Grosse Cotelee
44. Heidi

45. Herman’s Yellow
46. Hugh’s
47. Hungarian Oval
48. Jaune Flammee
49. Jaune Negib
50. Jefferson Giant
51. Kellogg’s Breakfast
52. Kiev
53. Large Pink Bulgarian
54. Lida Ukrainian
55. Lillian’s Yellow Heirloom
56. Manyel
57. Marizol Gold
58. Martino’s Roma
59. Mary Ann
60. Matchless ( Austin Strain)originally misidentified- 'Quarter Century' (an old, historic dwarf variety from Burpee).
61. Matina
62. Mortgage Lifter(Estler's)
63. Mule Team
64. Nectarine
65. Nicky CRAIN
66. Noir de Crimee
67. Olena Ukrainian
68. Omar’s Lebanese
69. Opalka
70. Orange Strawberry

71. Pale Perfect Purple
72. Peach Blow Sutton
73. Pink Ice
74. Pink Ping Pong
75. Pink Sweet
76. Plum Lemon
77. Polish C
78. Rasp Large Red
79. Redfield Beauty
80. Red Pear
81. Red Penna
82. Regina’s Yellow
83. Reif Red Heart
84. Riesentraube
85. Russian #117 orange and yellow
86. Sandul Moldovan
87. Santa Clara Canner
88. Soldacki
89. Sophie’s Choice
90. Stupice

91. Sutton
92. Tangella
93. Tiffen Menonite
94. Ukrainian Heart ( o’Neill Strain)
95. Ukrainian Heart ( TNMUJ Strain)
96. White Queen
97. Wins All
98. Wuhib

99. Yellow Pear
100. Zogola
ADDED VARIETIES-from her offerings
1.Durmitor
2.Moravskyi Div
3.Orange Minsk
4.Pervaya Lyubov
5.Toedebusch Pink

6. HeShPole-
7. Dikovinka
8. That Russian Tomato
9. Schokoladnaja Sosulka
10. Galina

11. Grandma Oliver's Chocolate
11.Irish Pink
12. Yellow Bosnian
13. Lo Fischer Yellow
14. Pink Flamingo
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Sun Mar 29, 2020 8:27 pm

Here is the list of varieties that are not yet being grown. There are 33 varieties( from her book) left. I know some folks are waiting to make their choices when they see what is left.

If you have seeds from any of the missing varieties that you would be willing to give another gardener, please post. Perhaps there are people who might grow them and could send a SASE for the seeds? If you would be willing to do grow outs, also please feel free to post below.


8. Basinga
18. Bulgarian #7

22. Chris Ukrainian
25. Debbie
34. German Head

39. Green ( Dorothy’s Green)
40. Green Gage
45. Herman’s Yellow
47. Hungarian Oval
49. Jaune Negib
50. Jefferson Giant
52. Kiev
53. Large Pink Bulgarian
54. Lida Ukrainian
59. Mary Ann
60. Matchless ( Austin Strain)originally misidentified- 'Quarter Century' (an old, historic dwarf variety from Burpee).
64. Nectarine

72. Peach Blow Sutton
73. Pink Ice
77. Polish C
78. Rasp Large Red
79. Redfield Beauty
82. Regina’s Yellow
86. Sandul Moldovan
91. Sutton
92. Tangella
94. Ukrainian Heart ( o’Neill Strain)
95. Ukrainian Heart ( TNMUJ Strain)

Thanks everyone!
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Post: # 15491Unread post JohnJones
Sun Mar 29, 2020 11:14 pm

I have 3 Akers WV seedlings up. I'll happily share seeds, but they're going in a bit of a remote garden where I often have losses so I'm a bit hesitant to commit at this point. Again, if I get tomatoes I'll happily save and share.
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Post: # 15928Unread post HL2601
Thu Apr 02, 2020 7:56 pm

HL2601 wrote:
Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:54 pm
HL2601 wrote:
Mon Mar 02, 2020 4:39 pm
I posted this on another forum but wanted to make sure anyone who wants to participate can.
Here is the post-
So, many here want to honor Carolyn and her contribution. How about this for a tribute? In her book she highlighted 100 top favorites and several that almost made the cut, I can't think of a better tribute than if the tomato community grew out the varieties she listed and then did a mass distribution. Maybe individuals could be in charge of growing 1 or more varieties from the list. They could save seed in pkgs of 5 seeds so more packets could be distributed. It could be run sort of like an MMMM. I could keep the running list of which varieties are being grown. UPDATE-By popular demand- this also includes any varieties Carolyn offered or that she spoke about highly.

People would have a deadline to send in labeled baggies by Nov 1, 2020. A redistribution to participants and others could occur in January 2021. We could then assure some of the more obscure varieties don't disappear. Her spirit would live on throughout the world as many grow in Carolyn's honor. Experienced gardeners and site newbies welcome. Any interest? If so,please post which variety(ies) you are going to grow below in this thread.
Please let me know if I have missed any.

I got my book out, and here is her list: Varieties in red are being grown. LIST LAST UPDATED 4/5
100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden
by Carolyn J. Male

1. Aker’s West Virginia
2. Amish Paste
3. Amish Salad
4. Andrew Rahart’s Jumbo Red
5. Anna Russian
6. Aunt Ginny’s Purple
7. Aunt Ruby’s German Green

8. Basinga
9. Big Rainbow
10. Black From Tula
11. Box Car Willie
12. Brandywine OTV
13. Brandywine Pink ( Sudduth Strain)
14. Brandywine Red
15. Brandywine Yellow ( Platfoot Strain)

16. Break O’ Day
17. Brianna
18. Bulgarian #7
19. Bulgarian Triumph
20. Cherokee Chocolate
21. Cherokee Purple
22. Chris Ukrainian
23. Crnkovic Yugoslavian
24. Cuostralee
25. Debbie
26. Dr. Carolyn
27. Dr. Lyle
28. Dr. Neal
29. Dr. Wyche’s Yellow
30. Druzba
31. Earl of Edgecombe
32. Eva Purple Ball
33. Germaid Red
34. German Head
35. German Red Strawberry
36. Gogosha
37. Gold Ball, Livingston’s
38. Golden queen (USDA Strain)
39. Green ( Dorothy’s Green)
40. Green Gage
41. Green Grape
42. Green Zebra
43. Grosse Cotelee
44. Heidi

45. Herman’s Yellow
46. Hugh’s
47. Hungarian Oval
48. Jaune Flammee
49. Jaune Negib
50. Jefferson Giant
51. Kellogg’s Breakfast
52. Kiev
53. Large Pink Bulgarian
54. Lida Ukrainian
55. Lillian’s Yellow Heirloom
56. Manyel
57. Marizol Gold
58. Martino’s Roma
59. Mary Ann
60. Matchless ( Austin Strain)originally misidentified- 'Quarter Century' (an old, historic dwarf variety from Burpee).
61. Matina
62. Mortgage Lifter(Estler's)
63. Mule Team
64. Nectarine
65. Nicky CRAIN
66. Noir de Crimee
67. Olena Ukrainian
68. Omar’s Lebanese
69. Opalka
70. Orange Strawberry

71. Pale Perfect Purple
72. Peach Blow Sutton
73. Pink Ice
74. Pink Ping Pong
75. Pink Sweet
76. Plum Lemon
77. Polish C
78. Rasp Large Red
79. Redfield Beauty
80. Red Pear
81. Red Penna
82. Regina’s Yellow
83. Reif Red Heart
84. Riesentraube
85. Russian #117 orange and yellow
86. Sandul Moldovan
87. Santa Clara Canner
88. Soldacki
89. Sophie’s Choice
90. Stupice

91. Sutton
92. Tangella
93. Tiffen Menonite
94. Ukrainian Heart ( o’Neill Strain)
95. Ukrainian Heart ( TNMUJ Strain)
96. White Queen
97. Wins All
98. Wuhib

99. Yellow Pear
100. Zogola
ADDED VARIETIES-from her offerings
1.Durmitor
2.Moravskyi Div
3.Orange Minsk
4.Pervaya Lyubov
5.Toedebusch Pink

6. HeShPole-
7. Dikovinka
8. That Russian Tomato
9. Schokoladnaja Sosulka
10. Galina

11. Grandma Oliver's Chocolate
11.Irish Pink
12. Yellow Bosnian
13. Lo Fischer Yellow
14. Pink Flamingo
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Post: # 16056Unread post Shule
Fri Apr 03, 2020 11:39 pm

Another one Carolyn seemed to like was Iva's Red Berry.
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Sat Apr 04, 2020 12:49 pm

I have many of these and some directly from her....I have 5,000 varieties so if you get stuck on finding one, PM me I would certainly help. Earl Bassett/45th Seeds
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Sat Apr 04, 2020 7:49 pm

Thanks so much Earl! I will do so after most have chimed in. It is amazing how many folks are trying to make this work. Carolyn would feel good about this I think.
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Sat Apr 04, 2020 10:20 pm

I can grow Bulgarian #7 and Polish C if you need them.
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Sun Apr 05, 2020 6:58 am

good MissS, I know my Polish C is all gone....she shared a long story on that and the other Polish related varieties...I probably got mine from Spudleaf Willie (Bill Malin).
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Sun Apr 05, 2020 7:00 am

Also Sutton I believe is AKA Peach Blow Sutton if I am not mistaken.
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Sun Apr 05, 2020 8:17 am

Hugh’s is germinating well but Cherokee Chocolate is being very stubborn despite being sown in both damp paper towels and starting mix. Packet is old but Hugh’s is even older - go figure! Red Reif Heart is fine. If anyone else is starting Cherokee Chocolate too that would be great as I can’t depend on mine at the moment!
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Sun Apr 05, 2020 10:21 am

I just planted a Cherokee Chocolate seedling in a raised bed 2 days ago, it's looking good, this is my first time growing it.
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Sun Apr 05, 2020 3:50 pm

MissS wrote:
Sat Apr 04, 2020 10:20 pm
I can grow Bulgarian #7 and Polish C if you need them.
Yes, please do! Thank you!
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Sun Apr 05, 2020 5:42 pm

I am above 45th Parallel so I am just starting my drops...I have a 2nd 72 cell that I can add some...can you do a list here that need attention and I will try and retrieve some and post here what I have...I know I have Cherokee Chocolate...a nod and in some will go as backup :)
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Sun Apr 05, 2020 11:23 pm

OneoftheEarls wrote:
Sun Apr 05, 2020 5:42 pm
I am above 45th Parallel so I am just starting my drops...I have a 2nd 72 cell that I can add some...can you do a list here that need attention and I will try and retrieve some and post here what I have...I know I have Cherokee Chocolate...a nod and in some will go as backup :)
Are you giving these seeds for the asking or are you trying to sell them?
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Mon Apr 06, 2020 7:24 am

HL2601 wrote:
Thu Apr 02, 2020 7:56 pm
HL2601 wrote:
Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:54 pm
HL2601 wrote:
Mon Mar 02, 2020 4:39 pm
I posted this on another forum but wanted to make sure anyone who wants to participate can.
Here is the post-
So, many here want to honor Carolyn and her contribution. How about this for a tribute? In her book she highlighted 100 top favorites and several that almost made the cut, I can't think of a better tribute than if the tomato community grew out the varieties she listed and then did a mass distribution. Maybe individuals could be in charge of growing 1 or more varieties from the list. They could save seed in pkgs of 5 seeds so more packets could be distributed. It could be run sort of like an MMMM. I could keep the running list of which varieties are being grown. UPDATE-By popular demand- this also includes any varieties Carolyn offered or that she spoke about highly.

People would have a deadline to send in labeled baggies by Nov 1, 2020. A redistribution to participants and others could occur in January 2021. We could then assure some of the more obscure varieties don't disappear. Her spirit would live on throughout the world as many grow in Carolyn's honor. Experienced gardeners and site newbies welcome. Any interest? If so,please post which variety(ies) you are going to grow below in this thread.
Please let me know if I have missed any.

I got my book out, and here is her list: Varieties in red are being grown. LIST LAST UPDATED 4/5
100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden
by Carolyn J. Male

1. Aker’s West Virginia
2. Amish Paste
3. Amish Salad
4. Andrew Rahart’s Jumbo Red
5. Anna Russian
6. Aunt Ginny’s Purple
7. Aunt Ruby’s German Green

8. Basinga
9. Big Rainbow
10. Black From Tula
11. Box Car Willie
12. Brandywine OTV
13. Brandywine Pink ( Sudduth Strain)
14. Brandywine Red
15. Brandywine Yellow ( Platfoot Strain)

16. Break O’ Day
17. Brianna
18. Bulgarian #7
19. Bulgarian Triumph
20. Cherokee Chocolate
21. Cherokee Purple
22. Chris Ukrainian
23. Crnkovic Yugoslavian
24. Cuostralee
25. Debbie
26. Dr. Carolyn
27. Dr. Lyle
28. Dr. Neal
29. Dr. Wyche’s Yellow
30. Druzba
31. Earl of Edgecombe
32. Eva Purple Ball
33. Germaid Red
34. German Head
35. German Red Strawberry
36. Gogosha
37. Gold Ball, Livingston’s
38. Golden queen (USDA Strain)
39. Green ( Dorothy’s Green)
40. Green Gage
41. Green Grape
42. Green Zebra
43. Grosse Cotelee
44. Heidi

45. Herman’s Yellow
46. Hugh’s
47. Hungarian Oval
48. Jaune Flammee
49. Jaune Negib
50. Jefferson Giant
51. Kellogg’s Breakfast
52. Kiev
53. Large Pink Bulgarian
54. Lida Ukrainian
55. Lillian’s Yellow Heirloom
56. Manyel
57. Marizol Gold
58. Martino’s Roma
59. Mary Ann
60. Matchless ( Austin Strain)originally misidentified- 'Quarter Century' (an old, historic dwarf variety from Burpee).
61. Matina
62. Mortgage Lifter(Estler's)
63. Mule Team
64. Nectarine
65. Nicky CRAIN
66. Noir de Crimee
67. Olena Ukrainian
68. Omar’s Lebanese
69. Opalka
70. Orange Strawberry

71. Pale Perfect Purple
72. Peach Blow Sutton
73. Pink Ice
74. Pink Ping Pong
75. Pink Sweet
76. Plum Lemon
77. Polish C
78. Rasp Large Red
79. Redfield Beauty
80. Red Pear
81. Red Penna
82. Regina’s Yellow
83. Reif Red Heart
84. Riesentraube
85. Russian #117 orange and yellow
86. Sandul Moldovan
87. Santa Clara Canner
88. Soldacki
89. Sophie’s Choice
90. Stupice

91. Sutton
92. Tangella
93. Tiffen Menonite
94. Ukrainian Heart ( o’Neill Strain)
95. Ukrainian Heart ( TNMUJ Strain)
96. White Queen
97. Wins All
98. Wuhib

99. Yellow Pear
100. Zogola
ADDED VARIETIES-from her offerings
1.Durmitor
2.Moravskyi Div
3.Orange Minsk
4.Pervaya Lyubov
5.Toedebusch Pink

6. HeShPole-
7. Dikovinka
8. That Russian Tomato
9. Schokoladnaja Sosulka
10. Galina

11. Grandma Oliver's Chocolate
11.Irish Pink
12. Yellow Bosnian
13. Lo Fischer Yellow
14. Pink Flamingo
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Mon Apr 06, 2020 7:46 am

16 VARIETIES LEFT!
If you can grow them, please do. Let’s see if we can get them all! Then a lot goes into Mother Nature’s hands…

There may be sources for some of these seeds from kind folks above in this thread. PM me or post below if you have space and would be willing to grow.

Also PM me or post below if you have seeds for the missing varieties, can’t fit them into your garden but would be willing to donate to another gardener. I can help coordinate any exchanges.

16 VARIETIES LEFT!
22. Chris Ukrainian
39. Green ( Dorothy’s Green)
40. Green Gage
49. Jaune Negib
50. Jefferson Giant
52. Kiev
54. Lida Ukrainian
60. Matchless ( Austin Strain)originally misidentified- 'Quarter Century' (an old, historic dwarf variety from Burpee).
64. Nectarine
72. Peach Blow Sutton
78. Rasp Large Red
82. Regina’s Yellow
91. Sutton
92. Tangella
94. Ukrainian Heart ( o’Neill Strain)
95. Ukrainian Heart ( TNMUJ Strain)
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Post: # 16307Unread post Nan6b
Mon Apr 06, 2020 9:51 am

HL2601- have you seen Hybrid's new thread about him having saved his sister Carolyn Male's personal seed collection? He's looking for someone to help disburse the seeds. Do you want this to be part of the Tribute? Check it out.
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Tue Apr 07, 2020 10:40 am

Thanks for the head's up Nan. I didn't see it. I went over and replied I would do anything or add anything at Hybrid's request. Happy to get seeds to anyone who can grow, I got the feeling he may be thinking more long term than for the Tribute but I am open to anyone's ideas or input.

In fact I am going to ask for insight from folks after we see how many seeds/varieties come in about exactly how people would like the seeds distributed. This is such a collective project. Many probably have good ideas and I think we can come together to make the distribution great.
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