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Tiger Tom Tomato
Tiger Tom Tomato
Tiger Tom Tomato
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Tiger Tom Certified Naturally Grown Seed
70 days, indeterminate — This has become a favorite in our kitchen garden. One of the first to ripen in our garden. The juicy fruits average about six ounce and have yellow-orange stripes on red-orange skin. Very good flavor that is sharp and sweet.

This may be the same old English greenhouse variety also known as 'Tigerella' or 'Mr. Stripey'. Not to be confused with the large, bi-color variety called 'Mr. Stripey'. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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small but sweet
The tiger toms are small but came out the earliest and have been abundant and tasty! Happy we bought these.
Reviewed by: Suzanne Fryling from Wells NY. on 9/3/2011
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