What are the pros? Taste; size; plant habit
What are the cons? Does not set fruit in heat
This is one of the two best-tasting tomatoes I've ever had. However, it needs to ripen in the sun (before it's cold and wet) to get that taste (at least, in my yard, this year). I wouldn't describe it as sweet, and it's not acidic. However, it has a lot of really good flavor. The juice is very flavorful, too. It's quite juicy. It does remain completely green when fully ripe (inside and out); it does not yellow. The fruits generally get large. Mine were prone to cracking upon ripening. It did not set fruit in 90 degrees F. weather (but only after it cooled). It's an earlier tomato than German Pink, but it's still not early. It would be earlier in areas that didn't get as hot. The potato-leafed plants look nice. Mine probably had less nitrogen and water than was ideal (and too much basalt rockdust and potassium sulfate), but they did okay considering.
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