86.1% would recommend this item to a friend.
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful, tasty
What are the cons? None
Gorgeous, large tomatoes with a very silky interior texture. Good flavor and easy to grow. I'll grow this one again for sure.
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What are the pros? A Great tasting tomato
What are the cons? poor production
This was the second year I planted this variety. Despite planting in different raised beds and attending to them meticulously, they were the only variety (of 6) that had terrible fruit set and produced very little fruit; too bad because it is a nice tasting tom (meaty, rich, earthy) and adds eye appeal. The skin is very thin and does tend to crack from the stem end, but that is more aesthetic. Certainly a winner on the dinner plate and palate, but it finishes way behind in delivery. Will look for and buy then from successful growers at local farmers markets!
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste, size, color
What are the cons? Skin cracks easy
Amazing, by far my favorite Tomato!
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow!
What are the cons? Needs a tall support
I love this indeterminate variety. Two plants produce the perfect amount of tomatoes for a family of 3-4 to consume fresh weekly. It needs a tall support to enjoy tomatoes into the fall (it can easily grow to 9ft). Needs frequent pruning and inspection. I've had a couple tomatoes split and scar because they have grow so large that did not however affect the flavor. I maintain a 100% open air organic garden and have had no issues with blight or mildew I suppose that is because of frequent pruning and good air circulation. I am saving seeds and will most definitely grow this variety again.
What are the pros? Great flavor
What are the cons? Slow to produce
We moved our garden this year because of disease, too much shade, and low production to the only spot left in our back yard. While a sunny spot, it was also an old back drive and gravely. I'm a "you're on your own" gardener: bad at weeding, and water if the plants droop. After taking it's time to fruit, my Cherokees took off and were loaded in decicious meaty tomatoes.