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Do ALL tomatoes have yellow flowers?

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by human8 on June 01, 2004 04:35 AM
I am trying to solve an argument betwen 2 people who are in a disagreement over weather or not ALL tomato plant species have yellow flowers before producing.

Also, whould clones/cuttings also have the flowers as well?

Thank you,

by weezie13 on June 01, 2004 05:21 AM
Hi Human8,
Welcome to The Garden Helper's Forum!!!

I personally have never seen a tomato plant
with any other color flower than yellow....

We do have two HEIRLOOM variety guys that
do some seed saving, trading and have knowledge of those, PHIL AND RICK.....
Maybe one will post on this subject...

We have ttttttttttons of tomato growers here, so maybe one of those gardener's will also post their knowledge of yes or no to the other color tomato flower if there is one....

I have one question for youuuuuuu.

Were they might be talking about the tomato it's self.???? There are white tomatoes I understand.
So, could it be that where they might be getting that confused a tad bit???????????


P.S. We have some very nice gardener's from Oregon. Lefse, Barley, Diagone's.....

Also, my brother lives in Oregon, Cornelius (used to live in Eugene) Close or No Cigar?????

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Don't forget to be kind to strangers. For some who have
done this have entertained angels without realizing it.
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by human8 on June 01, 2004 07:15 PM

Thank you for your reply. The dispute was actually over weather or not ALL tomato plants had the flowers before blooming. The color is not important, just the fact if they have them or not evry time, and if the cuttings/clones also have the flowers before producing as well.

Thanks again,


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