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Isbell's Golden Colossal Tomato
Isbell's Golden Colossal Tomato
Isbell's Golden Colossal Tomato
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Isbell's Golden Colossal Certified Naturally Grown Seed
85 days, indeterminate — Produces medium to large (eight to twenty ounce), oblate-shaped, bright yellow fruit with some blossom-end blushing that are mild and sweet in flavor.

Listed in the 1915, S. M. Isbell & Co. seed catalog. Our source was USDA ARS accession number NSL 27354. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Colossal is an understatement
Most of the fruit we picked were well over a pound each. Great sweet tomato flavor. Bigger than a beefsteak tomato so much so that you can make a tomato sandwich with a thick slice. No need for lettuce or bacon. It was that good. Color was inviting yellow with lots of reddish blushing on the ones we grew. We also dehydrated them, canned them as sauce for use on pizza. Fruit was sweet but had just the right amount of acid.
Reviewed by: shawn ueda from Southern California . on 4/20/2014
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