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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Loved how hardy it was
What are the cons? too mild a flavor
This was the hardiest tomato plant I grew this past season and that says something when you live in South Florida. They were so abundant! While we definitely got a lot of fruit off the two plants we grew, I was disappointed with the flavor a bit. I know that yellows tend to be mild in flavor but it was almost non-existent for me with this tomato. My husband and I were so excited then one bite in, he looked at me and said, "they're kind of watery". Guess we're spoiled with our Paul Robeson's big flavor but I think I will look for another variety next season.
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7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Lots of huge fruit
What are the cons? So many they break the limbs.
This has been an unbelievable tomato. Maybe it has to do with the weather this season also but "WOW".
So many big yellow tomatoes on one plant the limbs are breaking when I try to tie them to the cage. Is going to be my go to BLT tomato.
10 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow and use
What are the cons? So many couldn't keep up
I love tomatoes but two plants produced so many tomatoes that I could hardly keep up with using and canning next year I will only plant one of these along with a couple of other varieties. A very mild tomato flavor. My daughter in-law doesn't like tomatoes but these are now her favorites.