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cameron johnson
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Location: Prattville, Alabama, zone 8, 328ft
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I have a question. I bought a cherry tomato hybrid four years ago and saved the seeds and each year I planted and kept seeds from the best plants each year now I have a stable plant that the seeds reproduce the same kind of plant each year so the question is, is there a name for this tomato or do I just make up a name for them and call them my own. would like to know people thoughts on this.
 
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You should give it a name of your own creation...

My naming convention is usually something like "Orange Cherry Tomato", or if it's really special, "Joseph's Orange Cherry Tomato".
 
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