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Lucky Cross Tomato
Lucky Cross Tomato
Lucky Cross Tomato
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Lucky Cross Certified Naturally Grown Seed
A 2004 Victory Seed Company introduction.
90 days, indeterminate — Another great variety from heirloom tomato collector Craig LeHoullier. Beautiful bi-colored, large (sixteen to twenty ounces) fruits with some ribbing at the shoulders. Juicy, fruity, similar in flavor to 'Little Lucky'.

Although it shares the same pedigree as 'Little Lucky', with the help of Craig's local gardening friend, Larry Bohs, it has been stabilized and selected for oblate shape and larger size.  Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Superb tasting!
This superb tasting bicolored tomato made me want to weep when I took a bite into it, it's really that rich and delicous! You can taste the Brandywine parentage. Although it ripens late in the season and has variable production, the taste alone has made this tomato a keeper in my garden. I won't even share these with the neighbors, I keep them all to myself!
Reviewed by: Shelley P Hauser from Zone 6a Spokane, WA. on 8/30/2015
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