What are the pros? Delicious, huge, and prolific
What are the cons? Didn't make it thru fall
The first year (2015) I grew this variety (one plant), I had bad luck. It tried its darndest to produce, but between disease, aphids, leaf footed beetles, and rats, I got not one tomato. But I determined to try this variety again this season, since I still had seeds left in the packet. I'm so glad I did. I planted three Dr. Wyche's this time around thinking I should at least get a few tomatoes. This variety produced more than most others, was sooooo delicious, and canned well too! I have many jars of these amazing orange tomatoes in my cupboard. Sweet and flavorful! A favorite on burgers, sandwiches, in salads, in salsas, sauced, and simply cut up with salt and pepper and maybe feta cheese sprinkled over top. Eventually the evil tomato-sucking beetles took over, so they were done producing for us in late September, but we got a few months of HUGE and delicious tomatoes. Dr. Wyche's, German Pink, and Hungarian Heart were my favorite tomatoes this summer.
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