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Hybreed pink?

Post by seagullplayer on Fri May 08, 2009 2:51 am

Picked up a couple of hybreed pink tomato's today. They say they are less prone to cracking.

Anyone tryied these before?

I think it is the first pink hybreed I have ever seen.

I also got a "lemon boy" I think they are the same only different color....

Hope to get them in the ground tonight after work.
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Re: Hybreed pink?

Post by Sonshine on Fri May 08, 2009 2:57 am

I've never had a pink, but when I was a kid my Dad use to raise some type of orange tomatoes. After I got past the color they were some of the best tasting tomatoes I had ever tried. Let us know how they turn out. I'm sticking with ones I'm familiar with this year, better boy and roma mostly.

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Re: Hybreed pink?

Post by amybyrd21 on Mon May 11, 2009 10:25 am

We have raised German Pinks. They are really good. This year we are trying homestead tomatoes, bloody butchers, brandywines, betterboys, and some french kind marmalade I think. We are a tomatoe eatng family. Just remember not to waste the green ones before the first frost they make excellent green tomatoe pickles and relish.
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