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Post  markqz 4/15/2022, 12:31 am

Of the 10 or so SF plants I started, one made it through our harsh winter, where temperatures can plummet 10 degrees above freezing. Later I might compile a list of the accidental perennial species I've got going.
 
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Post  sanderson 4/15/2022, 3:26 am

You are ahead of me with the green tomatoes. Mine just reached 10" and starting to flower. Why so many, plus 13 indeterminates? Cuz I like canning.

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Post  sanderson 5/20/2022, 4:53 pm

May 20, 2022.  The Snow Fairies set some fruit before we hit 95*F a week ago. I planted 12 plants this spring in 12 squares.  This patio tomato is one of my favorites.

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Post  markqz 5/20/2022, 5:02 pm

Wow. It's a snow fairy forest!
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Post  sanderson 6/14/2022, 11:39 am

Snow Fairies on June 12, 2022.  I almost lost them to leaf-foot bug nymphs and something making holes similar to a tomato worm, and maybe white flies?  I sprayed with spinosad and it's like a miracle.  Tomato - Snow Fairy - Page 3 Tomato51

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Post  markqz 6/22/2022, 7:26 pm

sanderson wrote:Snow Fairies on June 12, 2022.  I almost lost them to leaf-foot bug nymphs and something making holes similar to a tomato worm, and maybe white flies?  I sprayed with spinosad and it's like a miracle.  
Those look great! The problem with mine is that they all have come down with the brown wilting. They produced a fair amount of fruit, but the fruit is still green while the plant is dying off. I think they're wishing they were back in northern Europe. I'm thinking of taking a couple of the fruits and giving it an immediate reboot.
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Post  sanderson 6/22/2022, 7:44 pm

It may be that they do better in your cooler months. Mine are still producing but I had to spray with spinosad, and this afternoon, I saw some adults and nymphs leaf-footed bugs hanging out in them. Had to get out the dedicated Dustbuster and container of soapy water.

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