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by mater sandwich on June 26, 2006 03:51 PM
Today I tasted my first Sungold mater.

HOLY HAND GRENADES BATMAN.....that was a blast of flavor! [shocked] [shocked] [thumb] [thumb] [grin]
I think I will put a chair next to my plants and camp out for the next one to ripen. Instant addiction!

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My Lucky Leprechauns were a surprise also. Great tangy flavor. [thumb]

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by afgreyparrot on June 26, 2006 04:16 PM
[shocked] Holy Koogamooga, Mator Man!
Those are so beautiful they don't even look REAL!

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by LandOfOz on June 26, 2006 04:18 PM
And too think that before I found this website, I just thought that a tomato was a tomato!! [Big Grin] Now I know better! Those are some awfully pretty looking mators, you got there. I'm envious.

Sarah

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by johnCT on June 27, 2006 12:55 AM
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Originally posted by LandOfOz:
And too think that before I found this website, I just thought that a tomato was a tomato!!
Me too!! Now it is BLASTPHEMY!!

Mator that sungold truss looks awesome! My LL is setting fruit big time also. Nothing like that though!

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by mater sandwich on June 27, 2006 07:59 AM
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Holy Koogamooga, Mator Man!
[Big Grin] [Big Grin] Now where did I put my cape.....

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Now I know better!
I found that out last year when I finally grew some heirloom tomatoes. I've got the Frankenstein syndrome going now! I think this is a slippery slope I am sliding down... [thumb]

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My LL is setting fruit big time also. Nothing like that though!
All 4 of my LL plants have produced that heavy. The fruits were coming along great until they were hit with a heavy thunderstorm the other day. Nearly all the fully ripened fruits split. You can see 2 of the splits in the picture.

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by Rosepetal on June 27, 2006 08:22 AM
Way to go mator, what a nice looking bunch of fruit. [thumb]

Can't you almost taste them right now. WOW [clappy] [clappy]

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