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  • Virtual Show 2017 - Plate of Tomatoes VOTING

    Please post your entry here for Plate of Tomatoes.


    Please post once only - your first entry is your only entry.


    Closing date for voting Tuesday 17th October at 10pm
    28
    Norfolkgrey - White queen and others
    3.57%
    1
    Ms-T - Yes they are on a dinner plate
    25.00%
    7
    Lumpy - Tumbling Tom Yellow
    3.57%
    1
    Cadalot - 100s and 1000's
    7.14%
    2
    Jungle Jane - mountain princess and others
    0.00%
    0
    burnie - 3 toms
    0.00%
    0
    Small pumpkin - Black pineapple and others
    7.14%
    2
    MarkPelican - Summer Cider
    25.00%
    7
    Bren In Pots - Black Cherry Toms
    17.86%
    5
    Zelenina - Grushovka.
    0.00%
    0
    Penellype - Megabyte
    0.00%
    0
    fishpond - Happy Tomatoes
    10.71%
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    Last edited by Bren In Pots; 08-10-2017, 12:06 PM.

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    Centre - White queen, Middle ring - black cherry + ?, Outside ring - outdoor girl, fox cherry, banana legs, gelbe ?something and white cherry.

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    • #3
      Yes they are on a dinner plate

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        Now, I read it as 'plate and tomato' which is just as well because only a few have ripened so far (they are outside in hanging baskets) and this is the last Tumbling Tom Yellow left.
        I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work. Thomas A. Edison

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          100s and 1000's the £1 coin is there for scale so that you can see it's a small plate with small but very tasty toms and not a large plate with cherry toms pretending to be 100's and 1000s
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          • #6
            In the middle is mountain princess,the biggest black tomato is brown sugar,then aranyalma,black cherry,taiko,mrs rucks,100s & 1000s,radana,gold rush currant & duo.

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            • #7
              I wouldn't have picked the one on the right yet, but the string supporting this plant snapped under the weight.......................
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              • #8
                Black pineapple, yellow pear, Artisan pink tiger, sun gold, sweet baby, yellow tumbling tom and one variety I can't remember the name of. i think that's it .

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                • #9
                  I decided this year to have a plateful of just one variety. Summer Cider still my favourite.
                  (New pound coin for size)

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                  • #10
                    Plate of Black Cherry Toms grown from saved seeds.

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                    • #11
                      Grushovka.

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                      They mightn't win on looks but they have exactly the taste I've been looking for - Intensely sweet and sharp and aromatic - if I eat them when they still have a tinge of green. But I'm letting these ones ripen fully for seed saving.

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                        All of these (plus a few that have already been eaten) from one little 3ft high plant grown in an open topped growhouse, variety Megabyte. The tomatoes are on a 10 inch plate and all the green ones have at least a little red on them. There are 28 tomatoes on this plate, I have eaten at least 4 and there are 4 more on the plant that haven't started turning red yet.
                        A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory. LLAP. - Leonard Nimoy

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                        • #13
                          Happy Tomatoes
                          Big ones ---unknown---Green house
                          Medium one--- self seeded outside---just let it grow.
                          Small ones ---Sweet 100 ---green house.
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