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    I won't tell VC as long as you don't let on that I may have Black Seaman, Cowlick's Brandywine, Paul Robeson and some others that I've forgotten already
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    I'd love to be in as well
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    I'm growing lucky leprechaun, it started to look a little unwell - I grew it in a pot. Moved it out of the GH and it seems much better with a bit more airflow in my porch. Have you tasted it yet? Never heard of Fox cherry?

    Don't worry, we won't tell VC....and we don't need huge numbers in the bags
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarlet View Post
    I'm growing lucky leprechaun, it started to look a little unwell - I grew it in a pot. Moved it out of the GH and it seems much better with a bit more airflow in my porch. Have you tasted it yet? Never heard of Fox cherry?

    Don't worry, we won't tell VC....and we don't need huge numbers in the bags
    I have tasted it and it is lovely and melty but it needs to be eaten straight from the plant. If put in the fridge it looses pretty much all its taste instantly. I am yet to try the fox cherry, it is originally an HSL one but I was given the plant by a gardener for a convent.
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    I'm in. I have some really good varieties as well as Gardener's Deligt if anyone wants them. the Vsp can have my other seeds.
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    and Me, Me, Me, miss

    I've got Nectar Rose and Stonors Most Prolific or Kibits for a 2nd one.
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    Varieties I've got growing now: Yellow pear, GD, white cherry, black cherry, San Marzano, Green Zebra, de Colgar, Latah and Grushovka. plus a lot under the bed I need to go check.
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    Just thought I'd slip in here that I'm seeking seeds of Tomato Ferris Wheel. Not found a UK seed supplier, or US seed supplier who can post to UK yet.

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