What are the pros? flavor, color
What are the cons? not huge productivity
yum! i grew these this year, and have found my new favorite tomato!
i live at high elevation (6500 ft.) with an arid climate, and a somewhat short growing season (we get frosts sometimes into june). i also grew sub-arctic, amish paste, mr. stripey, black cherry, sungold, yellow pear, and wyche, but for some reason, these tomatoes were the first to ripen and they were so so good. i only grew 2 plants, and ended up with a decent amount, but not a huge amount. the plants didn't get very big or sprawly, either, which could be my gardening practices or their nature? some fruits had the swirly brown marks on the top near the stem which i've gotten with other heirlooms, but did not cause any problems. i will definitely try krim's again next year.
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