(Sungold x Juliet) x Black Cherry

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Indet., regular leaf. I grew five plants in 2010. The plants' growth and foliage were identical on all five plants, including the fruits, which were medium-sized oval cherries, except for their colour - I got orange, red, and brown/black fruits from different plants. Unfortunately, I was only able to sample one or two first fruits of each. The plants died from late blight that hit my main garden in early August. Fortunately, I managed to save few seeds from each fruit, so I can see what I get next year.
F2 generation
Segregated into cherries of various colors: brown / black, orange, and red.
F3 generation
Growing black and orange segregates, named Vancouver Marmot and Golden Lion Tamarin respectively.

Seed source:

David Lemasters, Pennsylvania 08 (F2 seeds)

Year grown: 2010, 2011

Location: Zone 7b, PNW, Anmore, BC, Canada (760 ft above sea level)


History

  • An intentional cross of Sungold F1, Juliet F1, and Black Cherry by David Lieven of Belgium.
  • F2 seeds were distributed by David Lemasters of Pennsylvania to several tomato growers in 2008.

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