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Wonderberry seeds

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by Radishrain • | | 1 comment
I saved a whole bunch of wonderberry seeds, today. I got about three herbal tea bags full. They were from less than a large strainer full of berries. I saved a single bag full ago this season, but I wanted a whole lot (so I can share them comfortably).

Planted true Tristar strawberry seed

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
I visited some people on Tuesday, and they gave me some Tristar strawberries so I could plant them. I planted them on Wednesday (31 July) night, each strawberry in its own foam cup. There were four strawberries. I zapped the strawberries first (I hadn't zapped the Ozark Beauty or Quinault strawb...read more

Matt's Wild Cherry tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
I got some ripe Matt's Wild Cherry tomatoes, today, and saved seeds from nine of them. They had a less strong tomatine-type taste than the ones I first tried, and they tasted decently good. Some of them split after I harvested them. They weren't super sweet, although they probably had sweetness....read more

Volunteer tomato 1, 2019 (probably HCRxSOC F2)

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by Radishrain • | | 2 comments
Here's a volunteer tomato. I believe it's Husky Cherry Red F-something x Sweet Orange Cherry F2. It resembles the F1 last year. However, it doesn't have quite the vigor and production as last year's. The taste is mild. I picked some others on Tuesday. The bigger one here isn't fully ripe, but th...read more

Sausage tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Sausage was a favorite last year for production and ease of harvest/use, and for tolerating hot soil. This year, it's a lot meatier! The flavor was good (not the best for the variety, but it was the first fruit, and I preferred it to last year's first fruit), but it was a bit mushy. The pictured...read more

Jerusalem tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 1 comment
I had ripe Jerusalem tomatoes, today: a small one (riper) and a big one. I liked the taste of the bigger, less ripe one more. The flavor didn't wow me, but I plan to grow it again. The plant was showing some mild disease symptoms: That may have impacted the flavor. Small one: Big one: ...read more

Black Beauty cross (probably with Sweetie)

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
So, my Black Beauty cross had ripe fruit by today. I them (there were two). One was riper than the other. The ripest one had a sweet taste to it, in a certain way (not super sweet, but definitely sweet). The less ripe one tasted the same, except with some of that tomatine-type taste (or that's w...read more

Frosty F. House cross F1 tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 1 comment
Here is a picture of fruit from my Frosty F. House cross (it's not representative of the remaining fruit on the plant). It was meaty and quite unlike last year's. The plant is almost a multiflora. other_tomato

What are your favorite homemade spaghetti/pizza sauce recipes?

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
What are your favorite spaghetti and pizza sauce recipes? (Particularly those that involve your own homegrown tomatoes that you've canned.) I never really used a strict recipe, but it struck me that there are probably some pretty good ones out there. I usually like to do something like the fo...read more

Rooting West India burr gherkin cuttings in water

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
This thread began on our old/companion site: http://vegetables.boards.net/thread/461/west-india-burr-gherkin-cuttings Recap: I easily rooted a single cutting in water, and then attempted lots of cuttings in the same container of water. Anyway, I discovered that rooting lots of plants in th...read more

Rooting garden strawberry runners indoors

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by Radishrain • | | 1 comment
This thread began on our companion site: http://vegetables.boards.net/thread/459/rooting-strawberry-runners-indoors?page=1&scrollTo=678 Here's a new picture, today. It seems apparent that when rooting runners in soil that rooting the younger runners is more effective. The opposite might b...read more

Buckbee's New 50-day tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
I'm growing Buckbee's New 50-day tomato, this year (2019). It has decent-sized fruits with thick walls and mild, but good, flavor. The plant is small and has an open habit (so you can see the fruit without moving leaves or branches). The plant was shaded by other plants; so there was little risk...read more

Accidental tomato crosses with stripes

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Apparently, my Amana Orange and Chris Ukrainian tomatoes are striped! That may explain why the Chris Ukrainian tomato had a different growth rate than the ones I gave away. Amana Orange could be crossed with any of the following striped tomatoes that I grew in 2016: Girl Girl's Weird Thing, P...read more

Marion tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 2 comments
Of all my new tomatoes, this year (2019), I'm most impressed with Marion, currently. It had good, clean germination, and a high germination rate. The plant has good vigor. It set fruit early, and the fruits are a good size. The first fruit ripened by 25 July 2019 (it's been a slow-ripening year;...read more

Flavor and texture of horseradish greens in summer

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by Radishrain • | | 1 comment
So, I decided to harvest a full-grown horseradish leaf with chlorosis, today, and eat it. This is the first horseradish leaf of my my plants that I've eaten. The soil had loads of wood ash in it (so it probably needed more nitrogen and less calcium or something). The plant is getting green now, ...read more

Green Globe artichoke

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by Radishrain • | | 5 comments
We got a Green Globe artichoke plant from Walmart in the spring, and transplanted it in an area with black plastic and western shade. Here's a picture of it on 22 July 2019. Yesterday, it had a lot more artichoke heads showing. Yes, there are watermelons next to it, and I don't regret the decisi...read more

Galapagos Island (S. cheesmaniae; very early; yellow; cherry)

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by Radishrain • | | 3 comments
Here are pictures of my Galapagos Island tomato, this year, taken yesterday. They were sweeter than previous years. They didn't taste like last year's cross; I think they might not be a cross, this time, after all. This might not be 100% S. cheesmaniae, but it's unique from other tomatoes I've g...read more

Tidy Rose F1 tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Here are a couple Tidy Rose F1 tomatoes that I harvested yesterday. The big one had sunscald, and a more powerful taste that I quite preferred. f1_hybrid_tomato

Black Dragon tomato

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Here are a couple Black Dragon tomatoes from yesterday. They have thicker walls than Black Plum and are larger. heirloom_tomato

Wonderberry color

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
I saved wonderberry seeds, yesterday. I put a handful of berries in the blender, added water, and blended on the lowest setting. The water turned very purple! I don't think that happened last year. Anyway, after that, I removed the fluids (and added more to clear it, and removed them again,...read more

Porter tomato (pink plum-shaped fruit)

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by Radishrain • | | 2 comments
I got some Porter seeds from AlittleSalt of Tomatoville once upon a time. I grew a plant from them in 2016, without black plastic or mulch, in the ground. It got a lot of overhead watering from an oscillating sprinkler. The fruits were very pink, and kind of shiny. They got anthracnose pre-ha...read more

Volunteer Red-seeded Citron watermelon, 2019

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by Radishrain • | | 2 comments
So, I was in the front yard on Saturday, and I saw this for the first time! It's a volunteer Red-seeded Citron watermelon. The seed it grew from was from a plant that I grew in 2015. The fruits kept better than most winter squash. It volunteered last year, too, but this year's plant is mu...read more

Our watermelons, late July 2019

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Our watermelons are doing really nicely, this year, so far. They're setting lots of fruit, and some of it might get large.
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