gardeningwithe wrote:. . .
-Snow White Cherry
. . . Also any that you recommend?
What about growing Cherokee Purple, a Tennessee tomato? I haven't grown it, GardeningWithE. I think
it would be able to take the cool nights here and ripen but its days-to-maturity suggests that it may not. Besides, I have Cherokee heritage and what would the ancestors say if it failed for me??
I have grown Kellogg's Breakfast and while it has a wonderful flavor, it was one of those that had like 2 ripe tomatoes by the end of the season. More ripened indoors but that is true with other indeterminate choices. I'm always hoping for sun-ripened tomatoes!
Snow White had a flavor that I felt was short of "wonderful." I mostly go for those modern hybrid cherries but Dr. Carolyn has been in my garden for a few years. It has a good flavor and always, healthy plants. I don't really like the designation of "ivory-colored" but would call it a blonde cherry. Just because of its performance, I am tempted to grow the Dr. Carolyn parent: Galina (very early yellow) and Green Doctors (umm
, a green).
We are each other's harvest; we are each other's business; we are each other's magnitude and bond. ~ Gwendolyn Brooks