What are the pros? Crazy hardy plant!
What are the cons? Maybe slow ripening, but okay
This plant has been a hardy winner in our garden. Both seeds germinated (I have a variety of tomato plants) and grew very well in seed starter. Due to our spring actually lasting for 2 weeks (I'm not kidding - 50 degrees one week, 90 degrees the next), I transplanted late May. Unfortunately, I chose the wrong soil blend and all of my plants, not just this one, sat there for weeks. Didn't grow. Didn't die. Just lived. When the soil was amended properly last week, these particular plants have blasted off with already 6 nice tomatoes growing. The tomatoes seem to have reached their size but still have not ripened to the reddish, bluish, brownish I'm expecting. I pulled one still purple and lime green for a taste. It's green inside, not ripe, but still not a bad flavor at all. Will anticipate tasting the others in a week or so. Have stopped succoring (is that how you spell it?) and look forward to more vines giving a good harvest in our long growing season.
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