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11 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Hardy, early maturity
What are the cons? None
Excellent variety which ripened quite early compared to other heirlooms in my field space, second only to my new favorite tomato 'Sleeping Lady Dwarf'. Productive, hardy, disease-resistant, low water needs and seemed to thrive on the moderate to poor soil quality in that corner of the space. We have a historically poor outdoor tomato climate here in Western WA but this one was put to the test against that- and shined. I started the seedlings in mid-Feb. Good plant growth, tall, then branching. Kept producing nicely long after it was left to its own devices, until the pigs got out and discovered it. Small to medium size fruits, did not show tendency to splitting. Tasty sweet and fruity flavor, lower acid, not outrageously fleshy however (rather juicy). What wasn't eaten fresh by my voracious husband made it into the freezer whole for storage, which it seems to tolerate very nicely. Unique 'fuzzy' skin. It has been delicious in fresh sauces so far this fall. Will be grown again.
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6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Sweet, perfect fresh tomato.
What are the cons? Never got to use them for any
I never got to use these beautiful different sweet tomatoes for anything because I ate them as soon as my hubby brought them in from the garden.