Heirloom Early 1900's
=====Seed is a live perishable product All sales are Final
Fruit size: round
Matures: 75-80 days From Transplant
Plant spacing: 36 inches apart
Plant size: up to 4-6 feet tall
Plant type: Indeterminate
A proven performer that produces an abundance of 4-6oz classic round meaty tomatoes. This variety is a classic greenhouse tomato grown as a commercial heirloom form the 1950's. Medium sized fruits are sweet with a good texture. Perfect for fresh eating on salads and sandwiches and the perfect addition to salsas or chopped into sauces. A southern favorite. Grows well in hot, humid climates but is amazingly adaptable and will set fruit freely in all climatic regions . Best controlled by staking and pruning. Grows up to 8' but can be controlled with pruning or staking.
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, canned and in salads
We thank you for your support of rare and naturally grown seeds!