What are the pros? Easy to grow
What are the cons? Not great for canning
We ordered seeds for this variety one time about five years ago.We save seeds from most everything we grow for replanting next season (sorry Baker Creek!). The first spring after planting they were coming up all over the back yard on their own. Now we just let them grow outside our garden, we get 40-100 volunteer plants annually and they are very productive, so yields are enough to share with the whole block. in addition to the high yields, they are by far the best tasting tomato we have ever grown, a good balance of sweet/acid flavor. Not a great canner, the wall thickness isn't much and they tend to break down during processing, just for fresh eating they are great! If you are a true canner and like to preserve different recipes for eating during the winter months try the Jersey Giant, (if you can find them.)
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