...and here we are, almost time to bring them all inside...
These are the dwarfs. Some of them have septoria or blight and I may not be able to keep them, though I sprayed with peroxide, baking soda solution, then 40% milk solution for good measure.
Two smallest Kootenai that were left neglected under the lights. These are disease-free.
Rainbow Dwarf -- I really wanted to keep them, but they are hit pretty badly with septoria/blight.
(I actually shook most of the soil off and uppotted each of them in 1/2 gal milk cartons to bury the stems after taking this photo.)
Jack'ss Yellow seedlings have been very vigorous and I have at least 4 plants....
Cherokee Tiger Striped Plum:
Jack'ss Yellow...Cherokee Tiger Large Red
Sweet 'n' Neat...Cherokee Tiger Striped Plum...Kootenai
Non-dwarfs look like this:
Tigerella, Gajo de Melon, Jaune FlammeÃ©, Kamatis Tagalog, Coyote
Snow White, Faelen's First Snow (no variegation so technically Cherokee Purple), Red House Free Standing, Jack'ss Yellow in the back corner.
I started 2 seeds each of Pit Viper and Sophie's Choice 3 days ago -- if they sprout, I'm keeping them
...yeah these are more than I have room for -- time to make some hard decisions though I may try giving some away....