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Glamour Tomato
'Glamour' tomatoes.
Glamour Tomato
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Glamour Certified Naturally Grown Seed

74 days, indeterminate — 'Glamour' is an early to mid-season, productive, regular leaf plant that sets heavy clusters of red, six ounce fruits that are almost globe-shaped, solid and crack resistant. It is a nice choice for canning but also deliver a tasty, classic, tart flavor for fresh eating.

Bred by the Birds-Eye Horticultural Research Laboratories, Albion, New York as a stabilized cross between 'Burgess Crackproof' and 'Sioux'. It was originally introduced commercially by the Joseph Harris Co., Rochester, New York. Released in 1957.

Although it was developed specifically for the Northeast and the Midwestern United States, it seems to be well-suited for nearly any location. There are approximately 20 seeds per packet and approximately 80 to 90 seeds per 0.25 gram.
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My favorite for canning -- I<3 Glamours!!
Glamours always shock me at how resilient they are especially to cracking in our unpredictable Michigan weather. They are my favorite go-to tomato for canning and their acidic flavor which I love. There is nothing better than picking one of these right off the vine and eating it on the spot and you will have bunches to choose from because they are very high yielding. They would make a good container tomato too for the patio or deck with a little support.
Reviewed by: Nicole Lawson from Royal Oak, MI. on 1/18/2017
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