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77.3% would recommend this item to a friend.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Fruits easily, tastes amazing
What are the cons? None
I’m in Missouri. Easily germinated in my basement under grow lights. Grew on a trellis. Fruit was not prone to splitting. They develop a beautiful purple/black color in the sun. The taste is deep and rich. Slightly sweet with end notes of un-ripe strawberry. I will grow these again for sure.
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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Fruit Color, Plant Color
What are the cons? N/A
I grew this variety along with several others last year, and it was definitely among the coolest tomatoes I've ever grown. The parts of the fruit exposed to the sunlight are literally almost pitch-black, although the rest of the fruit tends to be a rather unexciting pinkish-red. The plants themselves also have a purplish hue; compared to other varieties they might even look like they're suffering from a nutrient deficiency, but that's the natural color for this particular type. There's honestly not much more to say besides that. The flavor and yield are perfectly acceptable and don't warrant any complaints, though they're not exactly remarkable. But the point of this variety is clearly the color and the nutrient content, not out-of-this-world taste or productivity. I'm not growing it this year, not because it's bad but because there are many other types of exciting tomatoes to try and this one is really nothing more than a novelty. But it's a very entertaining novelty.
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very strong, uniform fruit
What are the cons? None
High germination, over 90 percent. Fast growing, thick trunk. High fruit set. Tomatoes start turning dark blue when very small. Over 6ft tall on June 15. None ripe yet, but many are almost totally black. Will update when they ripen.
What are the pros? Fast to germinate and grow
What are the cons? None yet
Trying these this year based off reviews and description. So far they grew fast and are the first of all my tomatoes to actualpy start producing fruit. Cannot wait to actually get to eat one but so far i am impressed!
13 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Attractive plant. Very healthy
Best seedlings I have ever started. I have not gotten tomatoes yet, but it looks like they're going to be very productive. The young plants are very strong, very sturdy, and very attractive. They have a moderate to fast growth rate. they're by far the healthiest looking tomatoes are grown. I can't wait to see what they taste like. Germination rate is about 92%.