I'm trying to find a varietal that will grow well in colorado and
produce fruit that is tangy and not very sweet.
I grew up in scotland and remember my parents greenhouse tomatos being
that way, but i'm not sure if it's just because they grew so much more
slowly than things do here.
If you go to the Cornell Vegetable Variety site and register as a user
(it's free and I've enjoyed using the site), you can sort your
searches by state or season. The home page is:
After you register, if you click on "How to use this site" in the menu
on the left. Scroll down to "limiting results" and you'll get the
If you are a registered user on this web site you also have the option
to limit your search results by your state or frost-free season. You
will need to login to use this feature. Once you are logged in you
will see a second drop down menu with the options.
Choose "All results" from the drop down menu if you'd like to see all
Choose "Just my state" if you'd like to limit search results to crop
varieties reviewed by people in your state.
Choose "Just my frost-free season" to limit search results to crop
varieties reviewed by people in your frost free season.
You can see your current State and Frost-free Season in the My Profile
box on the left hand side of the page.
"Maybe you'd like to ask the Wizard for a heart."
"ElissaAnn" < firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Mon, 26 Feb 2007 12:35:20 -0500, Penelope Periwinkle
Why did you have to post that site? I had my tomato varieties down to
9. Then I started looking there and found Window Box Roma. And as
long as you are ordering 1, you just as well order the other 5 seeds
you had marked as looking interesting. So I am getting:
Window Box Roma
Rose de Berne
Santa Clara Canner
"Moral indignation is in most cases two percent moral,
Ha! We should all suffer together.
I spent a whole afternoon writing reviews when I first found the site.
I have been tempted to try that one.
This was one of my favorites for years, but during the War of the
<spit!> Thrips, it proved to be rather susceptible to Tomato SpottedWilt Virus. I ought to try it again now that the <spit!> thrips are
under better control.
You have proven yourself to be the most malicious,
classless person that I've encountered in years.
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