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My Seed Offer for SASE

These are all tomatoes, all fresh from 2014, except Green Zebra from 2012, as I am currently in my season here. I am not limiting you as to varieties selected, but I am asking for a second postage stamp if more than 6. (As a guideline, most people pick between 3 & 8.)
This is not at all mandatory but if you have little coin envelopes or mini jewelry baggies, it is very helpful to me if you pre label and send those too, because as you can imagine, 300-400 baggies that I have to label( one for each variety) can get to be work after a while. :shock: :)
Here is the list:
Absinthe
Amethyst Cream
Aunt Lou's Underground Railroad( limited supply)
Aunt Ruby's German Green
Barlow Jap ( that's it's name- hope not to offend anyone)( limited supply)
Black From Tula( limited)
Casino Chips
Cherokee Lime Stripes
Cherokee Purple
Estler's Mortgage Lifter
Fish Lake Oxheart( pink)
Green Zebra
Gregori's Altai
Japanese Trifele Black
Little Lucky
Lucky Cross
Neves Azorean Red
Pruden's Purple
Rozovyi Myod (Pink Honey) ( limited )
Sandul Moldovan ( limited )
Seek No Further Love Apple
Stump of the World
Submarine Blush
Super Italian Paste
Sweetie Cherry
Tatjana( a dwarf variety)
Virginia Sweets ( limited )
Wes
Zluta Kytice ( an orange teardrop shaped multiflora, similar to Ildi )

You will get 6-10 seeds per pack.

Please PM me with your list, and I will PM back with my address. O:) :-()
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Re: My Seed Offer for SASE

Wow, no one yet?
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I sent you a pm please let me know . thanks .

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This is such a great list and I am soooo tempted, but when I inventoried all my new-to-me TOMATO variety seeds, I realized I've squirreled away 96 of them already since fall. :shock: ...maybe. I could make it even 100.... :lol:
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I think webmaster said he would be doing the heirloom tomato seed giveaway again this year, also ?

I still have a few seeds left over from last year's.

I only have room for about 5 tomato plants, so I'm real limited in what I can do...
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Hey Applestar, let me tempt you and everyone else a little more. :lol: these are all FREEseeds for the cost of a stamped self addressed envelope.
Descriptions:
-Absinthe- green when ripe 6-10 oz fruit strong vigorous productive reg leaf indeterminate, very good flavor, early- mid season
-Amethyst Cream- anthocyanin containing, so blue where the sun hits it when ripe, and picked there is a star pattern on it where the sepals were. Ripens with a cream colored bottom and amethyst color where the blue was. Indet., RL, cherry
-Aunt Lou's U.RR- large pink beefsteaks, moderate production, nice flavor, was brought through the underground railroad by a slave. Indet, RLeaf.
-Aunt Ruby's German Green-I loved this large delicious productive green when ripe. Still loaded 4 months later! RL, indeterm.
-Barlow Jap- large pink beefsteaks, low to moderate production, wonderful flavor. Brought back from WW11 by Mr. Barlow potato leafed, indet.
-Black From Tula- not that productive, dark purple with green shouldered 8-12 oz fruit with unbelievable flavor. RL, indet
-Casino Chips - large cherry in clusters that was a mutation of Casino, a paste variety. This is very productive, and these taste more like an old fashioned tomato than most cherrys do. Vigorous grower, indet, RL
-Cherokee Lime Stripes-abundant large beefsteaks that have lots of vertical lime green striping. This is a sport that originally came from other mutation of Cherokee Purple, so you know how great it tastes. RL, indet.
-Cherokee Purple- probably the most loved tomato except for Brandywine Sudduth. Productive med sized purple beefsteaks with green shoulders, seems to take the heat well. RL, indet.
-Estler's Mort. lift.- very productive huge pink beefsteaks that were just luscious. I will grow every year. Performed far better than Radiator Charlies, grown side by side. Still producing 4 months later... RL, indet
-Fish Lake Oxheart- the original was supposed to be red, but everyone I know has been getting pink fruit, large sweet oxhearts that are meaty with few seeds, and its pumping them out. Rather early at 54 days. RL,indet.
-Green Zebra- famous green striped 4 oz tomato from Tom Wagner, sweet for me and tangy, I love them, others find them too tangy. Vigorous, RL, indet.
-Gregori's Altai- blunt pink hearts, fairly productive very good flavor RL, indet, pretty early in my growing conditiond
-Japanese Trifele Black, abundant pear shaped 4-8oz black with green shouldered fruit. Early, sweet, great!
PL, indet
- Little Lucky- and Lucky Cross- both yellow with red centers and delicious taste. Little was smaller, rounder, and way more productive! Both Potato leafed and indet.
-Neves Azorean Red- beautiful perfect red 4-8 oz round globes with a wonderful acid to sweet balance. Extremely productive. Will always be in my garden from now on. RL, indet
-Prudens Purple- very large very dark pink brandywine like taste and juiciness, much much more productive. Vigorous PL indet vines
-Rozovyi Myod- translates to Pink Honey- over 1 lb heart shaped early tomatoes, meaty, hard to find seeds, good sweet flavor RL, indet
-Sandul Moldovan, good production of pink beefsteaks, medium size, with excellent sweet flavor. Indet, RL
- Seek No Further Love Apple- Pink beefsteaks 10 oz, very vigorous vine, very good flavor, RL, indet, productive
-Stump of the World- Remy from Sample Seed Shop's favorite tomato. From Ben Quisenberry, it is a medium sized very productive dark pink beefsteak, scrumptious! I can see why it's Remy's favorite! I will always grow it again. PL, indet
-Submarine Blush- similar to blush, clusters of submarine shaped cherry tomatoes that are striped, and flamingo colored. Very attractive, sweet, fairly productive, very disease tolerant. RL, indet
-Super Italian Paste, productive red sausage type meaty fruit, excellent in sauces and pastes, but nice and sweet for fresh eating too. Indet, but stays a manageable size.RL
-Sweetie Cherry- abundant red cherrys, very sweet and delicious, similar to sweet million in flavor and size, but is Open Pollinated. Advise to pick before a hard rain as it cracks after rainfall. Very child friendly! RL, indet
- Tatjana- this was the earliest in my garden this year at 46 days. Red 2 oz very abundant good acid flavor on a sturdy indet but dwarf vine. Stout stems, dark green rugose foliage, when it was 18" tall it had 29 fruit already on it! Great for containers.
-Virginia Sweets- Can get to 2 lbs, beautiful red/ yellow bicolor fruit, medium production, juicy, with very good to excellent flavor somewhat late due to it's large size. RL, indet
-Wes, incredible production of red blunt meaty hearts so delicious, great for cooking or fresh eating. Early at ~60 days. Still producing now! Will always be in my garden.
-Zluta Kytice- multiflora with hundreds of small orange teardrop shaped sweet cherry fruit per truss. This is a showstopper! So much fun to look at. Great for kids. RL, indet.
I hope these descriptions will help everyone.
Did I mention these were free for a stamped addressed envelope?! :() only a few responses so far, so I have plenty left. :)
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PM sent :twisted:

I'm also putting Neves Azorean Red -which I already have- on my 2014 starting lineup based on your description. Thanks! :D
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Wow!
Lots of work done here, both in saving them, posting them, and offering them.
I would love some, as soon as I thin my list down some... lots of them are interesting.

Tomatoes are members of the night shade family, so they are self-fertile, and the blooms can be bagged to keep my bees from mixing and matching, right?

Oh decisions, decisions!

Thanks for the offer.
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Ozark Lady wrote:Wow!
Lots of work done here, both in saving them, posting them, and offering them.
I would love some, as soon as I thin my list down some... lots of them are interesting.

Tomatoes are members of the night shade family, so they are self-fertile, and the blooms can be bagged to keep my bees from mixing and matching, right?

Oh decisions, decisions!

Thanks for the offer.
You are so welcome. I got your PM, thank you. Correct on all accounts, self pollinating yes, nightshade, yes, bagging yes! Just delighted to send you some seeds. :D
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rainbowgardener wrote:I think webmaster said he would be doing the heirloom tomato seed giveaway again this year, also ?
Are people here limited to only one seed offer?
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I am not aware of any limit to how many seed swaps or giveaways a person participates in or sponsors.
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Phonelady61, your seeds have been packed and are on the way. There may be a few bonus surprises in there! :lol:
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Juliuskitty wrote:Phonelady61, your seeds have been packed and are on the way. There may be a few bonus surprises in there! :lol:

Thank you thank you and I will also post about this envie when I get it back and have it in my hot lil hands lol . God bless you for being such a nice person and sharing with all of us .... O:)

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You are so welcome phonelady61, happy gardening!

Seeds going out in tomorrow's mail for username Grrlgeek. Nice packaging job, many thanks for that!
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Seeds going out in tomorrow's mail for username Ozarklady. You hot a few bonuses there girlfriend! My labeled baggies enclosed too, many thanks for trading with me. :lol:
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OUT OF THESE SEEDS NOW
Aunt Lou's Underground Railroad
Barlow Jap
JD's Special C-Tex
Rozovyi Myod
Estler's Mortgage Lifter

All previous requests for these will be filled.

This offer will close February 28.
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Seeds going out in Monday's mail to username Applestar.
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The seeds arrived today, in excellent condition.

Thank you, very much!
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Ozark Lady wrote:The seeds arrived today, in excellent condition.

Thank you, very much!
So glad to hear that. :D
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Seeds going out in tomorrow's mail to SunBakedParadise. You got a few bonuses in there . :D and thank you so much for the surprise gift you enclosed!
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Absinthe sounds interesting.

Richard

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valley wrote:Absinthe sounds interesting.

Richard
Quite delicious, very productive Green when ripe. Yumm! PM me if you want some and I will give you my address. I like the GWRs because the sugars are made from chlorophyll and these retain the chlorophyll, so they are sweet. Good acid balance with it too. 8)
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Seeds arrived today. Thank you so much! :D
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You are very welcome!
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Seeds going out in today's mail to username RKSamon. :D
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Seeds going out in today's mail to username MB3, and JClaydon. Happy gardening! :-()
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JUST A REMINDER, THIS OFFER WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT TONIGHT, FEB. 28, 2014
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Correction of 2 descriptions on a previous post to this thread. Cherokee Lime Stripes is most likely due to an outcross rather than being a sport of Cherokee Purple, but CP is in it's lineage.
Also Neves Azorean Red should be described as large red, and ribbed, what I thought was NAR was delicious, but was on offtype, it was smaller, and round with no ribbing.
Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.
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Just saw your post lol

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Are you open to trading? Or is it closed? I'm in Zone 3

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I just sent a pm. I can't resist any longer. Thank you for the offer.
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