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Santiam Tomato
Santiam Tomato
Santiam Tomato
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Santiam Certified Naturally Grown Seed
75 days, determinate —  'Santiam' is better than most tomato varieties at setting fruit under cooler temperatures. The first fruits are early maturing, red, large (up to three inches in diameter), and mostly seedless (parthenocarpic).

It is a great choice for slicing and has a nice tart flavor. 'Santiam' is also a perfect candidate for cooler climates and locations with shorter growing seasons.

Bred and introduced by Dr. James R. Baggett of Oregon State University in 1984 as a stabilized cross between 'Severianin' and 'Starshot'. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Nice variety for Pacific Northwest.
I have grown this variety for many years in pots on my deck and have always had reliable results. Early and seedless with good flavor. Nice variety for Pacific Northwest.
Reviewed by: June Steegstra from Everett, WA. on 3/8/2015
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