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I was impressed with their Brandywine last year. This will have a permanent spot in my garden. This year I am adding the little yellow Blondkopchen andthe black Nyagous.

I hope that many of you will order some seeds from www.seedsavers.org---they are working hard to keep our old, interestingly unique heritage alive. The little extra cost is well worth it.
 

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I planted the blondkpochen year before last, wasn't so impressed that I would do it again. My fav. yellow is Lillians yellow, really good. I haven't picked yet what I'm going to plant this year, (I have about 30 varities that I can choose from in my seed bank) But the ones that I do plant every year are "Rose" and Olpalka, those are for sure..........lynpea
 

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My favorite is Cherokee purple. They look a little odd but sure have a hard to beat taste. Every year i try a couple different heirlooms and so far these are my favorite. My favorite paste is one called Polish paste. I grew sausage for paste for several years and these are better and larger.
 
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