What are the pros? easy, uniform fruit
What are the cons? None
Hard to pronounce but easy to grow and delicious. This is my 2nd yr. growing these Black American heirloom/nice size/blemish free tomatoes. Last year I planted them as a last minute thought-not giving them the respect they deserved. They grew bigger/better/more prolific this year because I moved their old planting spot to a better vegetable growing space (full sun w/better amended growing soil).
I was only able to save a few seeds from 2016 wanting to give them a 2nd chance-I am very happy that I did! I now have plenty of these seeds to last me for years to come. I don't know about you, but this year (2017) I had a bumper crop with ALL of my tomatoes (San Marzano, Old German, Black Vernissage, Rutgers, various Cherry tomatoes) Moyamensing included did not disappoint. Don't hesitate to try and to grow Moyamensing because of their name or heritage. There is a good reason why they have been around for so long-passed down from a cook. They are deserving of their heirloom status.
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