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Ferris Wheel Tomato
Ferris Wheel Tomato
Ferris Wheel Tomato
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Ferris Wheel Certified Naturally Grown Seed
90 days, indeterminate — A good pink tomato. Juicy, mild and slightly sweet. The largest fruit in our grow out weighed in at thirty two ounces. Some fruit as small as eight ounces but a pound is a typical specimen.

Released by the John A. Salzer Seed Company of La Crosse, Wisconsin in 1894. Our parent stock originated from the USDA, ARS accession number NSL 27341. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Absolutely delicious!
I found out about this wonder in Craig LeHoullier's fantastic book, "Epic Tomatoes." It was a little late when I ordered my seeds, but I started a few plants anyway and crossed my fingers. So far, I've had one superb tasting, one pound fruit.

The plant is very productive, currently with over two dozen fruits and still setting, double the production of my 'Brandywine' and 'Stump of the World' and the taste is comparable! It's also earlier, which is a big plus given our short growing season here.

The full-bodied flavor is a wonderful combination of balanced sweetness and old-fashioned, rich, tomatoey goodness with complex overtones. The texture is perfection!

Placed on my permanent grow out list!
Reviewed by: Shelley P Hauser from Zone 6a Spokane, WA. on 8/18/2015
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