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This year Crushed hearth, Kozula 141 and 24, Boloto, Fuji Pink F1, Wolverine, Musk Zebra, Black from Tula, Black Beaty, White Beauty, Indigio Fireball, Sibirjak, Health Kick, Citrina, different cherries+some local tomatoes. This forum seems to have a ton of great information, so i`m happy to be here
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- Location: SE Wisconsin Zone 5b
Welcome to the Junction.
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- Location: Emsworth UK
I cannot change history, so I do hope i gave you a good impression of myself
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- Location: Newfoundland, Canada
I am growing a garlic variety from Svalli named Tallinn, and I've seen online that your home is famous for garlic. Perfect marriage with tomatoes. Hope you have a good crop!
temperate marine climate
yearly precip 61 inches/1550 mm
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- Location: SW Idaho, USA
Welcome to TomatoJunction!
I don't know a lot about Estonia, yet, but I think the Estonian language is cool.
I'm looking forward to hearing more about your tomatoes, when you've grown and tasted them all, if you like. Of the tomatoes you mentioned by name, I've only grown Black Beauty (which I'm growing again from a new source, this year), and Black from Tula.
USDA hardiness zone: 6
Elevation: 2,260 feet
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- Location: Vaasa, Finland
This site really is the Friendliest Gardening Forum with all the nice people sharing information.
I would like to hear more about the local Estonian varieties. I have ordered previously some seeds from Seemnemaailm and I am always looking for ones, which grow well outdoors. I do also have problem with limited space in the greenhouse and I have a lot of tomatoes growing outside too.
Sari from Finland
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- Location: Denmark
I grow a lot of different tomatoes each year., most cherries and smaller ones, but also some of the larger ones.Every year I grow mostly new ones, there are so many tomatoes to try, and only 10-20 are the same as last year.I do alot of trading each year and find it great fun, and in this forum I find lots of information.