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Schimmeig Stoo (Striped Cavern) Tomato
Schimmeig Stoo (Striped Cavern) Tomato
Schimmeig Stoo (Striped Cavern) Tomato
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Schimmeig Stoo Certified Naturally Grown Seed
75 days, indeterminate — Also known as 'Striped Cavern', this is another interesting variety based on the shape, color and hollow attributes of the fruit. Although they do not have much flavor, they do make a nice, edible container for various recipes requiring stuffing tomatoes or bell peppers. 

Developed by Tom Wagner of Tater Mater Seed and introduced in 1983 as "T-1".  Mr. Wagner later named this tomato 'Schimmeig Stoo', which means "Striped Cavern" in the native tongue (Manx) of Tom's maternal grandfather.

Note that some vendors sell this variety by its translated name, "Striped Cavern."  Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.

See also 'Red Stuffer' and 'Yellow Stuffer' tomatoes.
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