What are the pros? SO many plum-sized tomatoes!
What are the cons? Took a long time to turn pink
I planted four of these at the very end of March in plastic solo cups. All seeds germinated, and were quick to grow tall and spindly. I did not get them into the ground until early June, when they were starting to fall over and yellow. I was worried!
But no~ they sprang back to life. And kept springing. And springing. They grew taller than the cages. They grew TALLER THAN ME. They began pulling the cages OUT OF THE GROUND... and when a storm knocked them down a little, well, they just kept growing along the ground. They've eaten my garden. Like other reviewers have stated, they are a JUNGLE. Leaves everywhere, tomatoes everywhere. I honestly think I have almost 300 plum-sized tomatoes on these four plants, and even though they're a vivid pink I still have to dig through the foliage to find them all.
The taste, unfortunately, is nothing exceptional; just a a good, average tomato. But they are an excellent pink and give an awesome color to sauces and salsa! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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