What are the pros? Vigorous, easy, fun to grow
What are the cons? Spoil quickly
"Vigorous" is an understatement. I transplanted a few foot-tall spare plants on June 28th, figuring we'd get some tomatoes by frost & we weren't using the garden space for anything else so why not. We only did minimum soil prep, didn't fertilize after that, and were gone for a week in both July and September. By the middle of July they had outgrown their 5' x 2' chicken wire tomato cages, the 15th of August I was staking them to multiple 8' poles while standing on a milk crate, and in September I couldn't reach to cut the tops short to force the fruit to ripen before frost hit. In the meantime six plants gave us more tomatoes than we could handle. I gave away multiple bags, made three batches of gazpacho, a few caprese salads, a lot found their way sliced onto sandwiches, many were eaten off the vine...
My only complaint would be that the fruits spoiled very quickly. As for the taste - I've been told "meaty, low acid, tomatoey".
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