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Post your Indigo Rose pictures here.

Posted by thisisme az9b (My Page) on
Sat, May 26, 12 at 22:01

I will post the first one.

Indigo Rose

Indigo Rose Tomato


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RE: Post your Indigo Rose pictures here.

Gorgeous! I was looking for this variety at my local nursery, where it was advertised. However, it was a grafted variety and $17.99 for a gallon sized, so I passed on it.


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RE: Post your Indigo Rose pictures here.

Don't have it ...... yet.

Anyone care to report on taste?


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RE: Post your Indigo Rose pictures here.

I have not had a ripe one yet. I tried one that was about 3oz though. Can't say for sure but I think they are going to be very tart. Not complaining though. I have been looking for a tart tomato for pickling. Never though I would find one so pretty.


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RE: Post your Indigo Rose pictures here.

I think I'm the only one growing this one.lol

Indigo Rose Tomato, Kodak Easyshare Z730


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Talk about missingtheobvious.lol I guess I should have taken a look around before posting today. Indigo Rose is a beautiful looking tart tomato.

Like the poster in the other thread though. I can't tell when they are ripe either. They turn purple in sunlight not because they are ripe. On top of that. To this point they are all hard no matter how long they have been on the vine.


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RE: Post your Indigo Rose pictures here.

When I was in my late 30s or early 40s I realized I consistently missed things that should have been obvious -- and in fact were obvious to everyone else. (It took me that long to realize because ... well ... I miss the obvious.)

I was in a weird mood the day I signed up for GW. But I was right in that it's a unique user-name.

mto


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