What are the pros? Early, truly huge, sweet
What are the cons? None, it's perfect
This HUGE, beautiful tomato was the first to ripen in my raised bed organic garden. Even better, the flavor was superb: low acidity, sweet, ultra juicy. A very rainy Spring (e.g. 5 inches of rain over a couple days) did nothing to stop the highly productive LBB transplants, though several of my other varieties suffered. No cracking, no blossom end rot, just big, fat, tasty tomatoes that continue to ripen nicely on my countertop and hold well. This is now my favorite tomato, along with Cherokee Purple. I consider it easy to grow, since I grew them from seeds under grow lights and transplanted them out very early, mid April. They weathered nights with temps in the upper 40's and took off once warmer weather arrived. All I did was put some organic fertilizer in the transplant hole, stick a regular tomato cage over it, and wait. It's nearly July and they are still producing well.
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