What are the pros? taste taste taste!
What are the cons? not prolific
I grew these in containers this past summer and some of the vines are still producing in December. Their confined living quarters is what probably led to my low yields, but oh my oh my, what a great tomato BPH can be. Flavor is slightly acidic, walls-septa and collumella have outstanding flavor and texture. To compensate for the low yields I grew more plants, and each of these BPH's was highly coveted by everyone in my household (in the face of ample G Zebras, Ch Purples, B Krims, P Robesons, Cosm Volk, Brandywines, Pork Chop, Jap Blk Trif, A Ruby'sGG). The largest yield was immediately set aside for Halibut Ceviche. Now the cons: susceptibility to disease significant, the vines themselves are fairly flimsy and don't get past pencil-sized thickness, so support is crucial; they do crack if it rains too much, and they are somewhat on the small end of the spectrum size-wise. This oxheart is indeed an outstanding tomato when it comes to taste. Recommend!
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