The original plants came from our organic inspector Maureen Moore. Low acid and mild tasting. Productive plants with humongous fruits grew well in the drought this past summer without any irrigation. No cracking, no blossom end rot. Healthy vines tailored made for the organic garden. Can be picked green and matures to a brilliant red.
75 days to maturity. Staking type, semi-determinant vines.
Tip: Sow tomato seeds in Mid March to have transplants ready for planting out in warm fertile garden soil after threat of frost. We generally transplant the first week of June.
12 seeds per packet @ $9.95
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