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  • Red Fig Tomato
    80 Days From Transplant - Indeterminate
    Heirloom 1700's

    Seed is a perishable product ==All sales Final

    Good flavor
    Very productive
    Perfect Fresh, Canned or Frozen
    Fruit ripens throughout the season
    1-1 1/2 inch fruits

    A sweet delicacy from days gone by. This heirloom was traditionally dried and stored for winter use. Very tall, productive plants produce an abundance of mild and sweet, gourmet type, flavorful pear shaped fruits. Perfect for sauces and paste in addition to fresh eating on salads and sandwiches and the perfect addition to salsas. Many use them for canning or freezing.

    It doesn’t get much better than this! Flavorful and juicy fruits give large harvests, bright red-orange, flavorful tomatoes. A true winner!

    Fruit size:
    Matures: 75-80 days
    Plant spacing: 36 inches apart
    Plant size: 3 + feet tall
    Plant type: Indeterminate

    Fun Facts

    1. Tomatoes are believed to have originated in the western portions of South America
    2. Varieties of wild tomatoes are still found in Peru
    3. Aztecs of Central America called it "xitomatl"
    4. In 1692 a cookbook was published in Naples and mentions the Tomato

    They can be used fresh, frozen, dried, canned and in salads

    Buyers should do their own research for plant uses.

    We thank you for your support of rare and naturally grown seeds!

    10 Organic Heirloom Seeds Rare Red Fig Tomato

    $5.00 Regular Price
    $4.00Sale Price
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