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Giant Heart Climber Tomato
Giant Heart Climber Tomato
Giant Heart Climber Tomato
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Giant Heart Climber Certified Naturally Grown Seed
A 2015 Victory Seed Company release.

84 days, indeterminate — These gigantic, pink, heart-shaped tomatoes ranged from thirteen to thirty-two ounces!  Here in Oregon they did seem to be a bit prone to vertical cracking late in the season but this did not affect their use.  Most of the fruits have prominent points on the blossom ends.

'Giant Heart Climber' is an old family heirloom sent to us by Ben McKiver of Manitoba.  Mr. McKiver wrote, "I am enclosing some tomato seeds that my grandfather cultivated every year until he passed away in 1992.  We always called them "Giant Heart Climbers."  Growing these tomatoes as a child, we had one that made the front page of the local newspaper (Cornwall, Ontario) that weighed 5 lbs. 6 oz.  Also when supported, we've had plants achieve heights  in excess of ten feet."  Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Blight resistant!
These tomatoes are huge and meaty and almost seedless. I had these plants growing among five other varieties. All plants got both early and late blight but not these babies, didn't even touch them. I did seem to have a pollination problem, maybe from high humidity we had. The only plants that made tomatoes were next to different varieties. I saved seed maybe i will get something interesting.
Reviewed by: Joshua Matney from Illinois . on 3/16/2017
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