This Amish heirloom dates back to 1885 and has excellent juicy flavour. Plants are indeterminant staking type. Fruits can grow between 1- 1.5 pounds and matures from transplants in 85 days. Improved for production.
Tip: Start seedlings in early March in a free draining seed sowing mix. Plant out transplants in warm garden soil after threat of frost. This would usually be the 1st week of June for us.
12 seeds @ $7.95 per packet
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