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Mr Stripey Tomato
'Mr Stripey' tomato.
Mr Stripey Tomato
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Mr. Stripey

80 days, indeterminate — The regular-leaf plants of 'Mr. Stripey' produce beefsteak-type fruits that are beautifully bi-colored, large, ranging from fourteen ounces to three pounds each, juicy, yet meaty, and flavorful. The fruits are yellow with marbled-red colored flesh.

This 'Mr. Stripey' is not to be confused with the smaller fruited, old English greenhouse variety marketed using the same name. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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Great Old-Fashion Tomato
This tomato is a staple in our garden for personal use, but not great for selling at our stand. The flavor is unsurpassed - best slicer we have every had (and we have grown over 100 varieties). It is huge - many over one pound. They are fairly early for a large tomato continue until frost. The plants are monsters so plan to prune or have a large space. Staking is a must. It is very susceptible to blossom rot and will split after just a bit of extra water (think thunderstorm). Still, it is absolutely worth the extra work. We will grow again and again.
Reviewed by: Mark Hedges from Catlett, VA. on 1/29/2018
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