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Golden Accordion Tomato
Golden Accordion Tomato
Golden Accordion Tomato
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Golden Accordion Certified Naturally Grown Seed
A 2015 Victory Seed Company release.
80 days, indeterminate — Large (up to twenty ounce), golden-orange, deeply ribbed, oblate shaped fruits.  Identical in every way except for color to 'Pink Accordion'.

Sent to us by B. Morazes of Lancaster, Virginia who discovered this tomato amongst his 'Pink Accordion' plants.  They were quite stable for us in our grow out, but since it is a relatively new variety, some variability may appear.  Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Awesome Variety
Really fun to grow. They were slow to start producing compared to other varieties planted nearby, but produced an acceptable crop once they got going. Surprisingly large, extra freaky looking. Actually great for slicing because the pleats make them meaty and more solid than typical. Not as sweet as some other orange varieties I've tried, but good tomato flavor. I had some trouble catching them before the bottoms got mushy, so keep an eye on them as they get ripe.
Reviewed by: Kyle Haines from CT. on 2/3/2016
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