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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Zero splitting
What are the cons? Weak flavor
Based on the description, I wasn't expecting much of these versus more developed cultivars, but they've held their own in terms of output. They have a thick orange skin when ripe. I don't think I've seen a single one split out of the hundred or so that I've picked. Other cherries I planted have had extensive splitting.
They are the least flavorful of the varieties I planted, which is fine, the lack of splitting makes up for it. Of what I planted they were also some of the healthiest seedlings. All of my plants have nearly been stripped of leaves due to early blight, I can't say that this faired any better than the rest.
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6 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Double-duty root stock/tasty
What are the cons? None
We graft our heirloom tomatoes for greater productivity and better disease resistance. We usually use "Petit Moineau" wild current tomato and it works great. I'm eager to add Galapagos Wild Tomato to our tomato seeds collection as I suspect it'll do wonders as a root stock. Can't wait to see how it'll work boosting our heirloom health and productivity this summer.
8 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Outdoor germination in January
What are the cons? None yet
Just reporting that a few of the Galapagos tomato seeds on my patio germinated today--12 days after planting on the 17th. I've taken them inside about 4 nights this month. Today is the 29th.