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Ashleigh Tomato
'Ashleigh' tomato
Ashleigh Tomato
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Ashleigh Certified Naturally Grown Seed
89 days, indeterminate — The fruits of this family heirloom tomato are meaty, red, generally heart-shaped, but with some being beefsteak type, and huge, weighing from ten to thirty six ounces.

Sent to us by Dr. Carolyn Male. She told us that 'Ashleigh' was originally listed by her friend and SSE member, Neil Gillard of Ontario, Canada. He received the seeds from his friends at Wilber Lake, near Eganville Ontario. The seed's origin is reportedly from the village of Lazec, Macedonia. Mr. Gillard named the variety after his niece. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Giants among us...
Very, very good germ, no pest problems and very little disease (and that was very late in the season). Six foot plants and still growing at frost-kill, monster fruits, perfect classic flavor. Indeterminate for sure, but did begin a little later than I had hoped; will set them out a week or so earlier next year (yes, that means I'm growing these again!).
Reviewed by: David Emigh from NW PA. on 12/1/2013
Ashleigh Tomatoes
These tomatoes are possibly the best tomatoes I've ever grown! They were large with no splitting. I grew them at the end of my deck with basil planted in-between. I will definitely grown this type every year! Fantastic tomato!
Reviewed by: Janie Corliss from Northern Virginia. on 3/11/2012
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