What are the pros? Tasty, takes heat well
What are the cons? Odd shapes, not huge producer
We had a rough year for tomatoes--drought, heat, drought, and then drowning rain. These tomatoes survived until the rain, and produced some very nice fruit. Nice, largish red tomatoes with a ribbed appearance. The ripe ones were great for slicing, and the green ones were great for frying. The fried green slices look great on a plate!
These tomatoes weren't the heaviest producers, but they did produce steadily through a southern Mississippi heat wave. Maybe they'd produce a bit more if they weren't put through our weather!
Also, about half of the plants produced oddly long fruit, almost an eggplant shape. We didn't mind too much, but maybe keep that in mind.
Overall, a great tomato! Heat resistant, and at least mildly drought resistant. And, of course, tasty.
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