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Heart In Hand

Posted by amberroses 9b-Pinellas Co. (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 7, 11 at 18:16

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  • Posted by whgille Oakland FL Zone 9B (My Page) on
    Mon, Nov 7, 11 at 19:31

Amber - Hearts are my absolute favorites! Is that Orange 117? If it is is one of the best.
I use them to make a tomato sauce, I like them better than paste tomatoes because they are rich and meaty. I just made some this morning because they don't have a long shelf life like other tomatoes.
I am growing this season German Red Strawberry, Monokahs Hat, Anna Russian and Brad's Blackheart.
I have visitors this week and I will be making pumpkin/sausage lasagna with the hearts tomato sauce.

Silvia


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You have a good eye for tomatoes Silvia. It is indeed Orange 117. I've only grown one other heart tomato, Marek's Pointy Heart, and I really liked that one too. They are very large. I have seeds set aside to grow German Red Strawberry and Brad's Blackheart in the future. Maybe I'll grow both next season.


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that is one beautiful tomato.....!


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WOW! Nice tomato! I've never heard of hearts. Maybe I'll try some too.


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How in the world did you find my heart?

*snicker* Looks yummy!

Barbie


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Yum!


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  • Posted by tomncath St.Pete-Z10A-Heat 10 (My Page) on
    Fri, Nov 11, 11 at 15:01

That's a winner Amber, how much did it weigh?

Tom


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