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Bi-color Cherry Tomato
Bi-color Cherry Tomato
Bi-color Cherry Tomato
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Bi-color Cherry Certified Naturally Grown Seed
80 days, indeterminate — An interesting cherry tomato. Small, mostly one ounce globe-shaped yellow and red bi-color fruits. Size is not consistent ranging from one to two inches in diameter. Excellent flavor - sweet and juicy. Tastes like 'Big Rainbow' but in a small fruit. We received this variety from heirloom tomato collector Craig LeHoullier who received it from Reinhard Kraft of Germany. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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I just had my first two, and this my first time growing this variety. A few were wider than a quarter, and slightly sweet. Hopefully, the people I gave plants to are having the same results. Thanks Victory!
Reviewed by: Jay Booth from Wilmington, DE.. on 7/21/2013
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