Black Prince Tomato
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Black Prince Tomato

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Black Prince

70 days, indeterminate — The regular leaf plants are early maturing and productive. Its fruit are smooth skinned, globe shaped, two to five ounces each, and similar in appearance to 'Black Krim'. Their color is a deep red with black (dark green pigment) shoulders. When sliced the flesh almost looks brown. Very sweet and flavorful, juicy, and an excellent choice for fresh eating as well as for canning and sauces. Suitable for market growers as well as home gardeners.

'Black Prince' is an old, Soviet-era variety that was introduced to American gardeners by Nichols Garden Nursery in the 1992.[1] Along with 'Fakel', they had received the seed from gardener and author, Kate Gessert[1] of Eugene, Oregon.[4] During the later part of the Reagan-era when Soviet/US relations were beginning to warm, Ms. Gessert helped to organize a horticultural tour of the Soviet Union as part of the Earthstewards Network "Gardeners for Peace."[2] She indicated that 'Black Prince' had originated from Irkutsk, Siberia. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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