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Plum Lemon Tomato
'Plum Lemon' tomatoes.
Plum Lemon Tomato
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Plum Lemon Certified Naturally Grown Seed

80 days, indeterminate — We originally began growing out this variety because of its interesting fruit shape. It truly looks like a lemon in both shape and color.

The regular leaf plants produce fruits that weigh one to three ounces, are typically two-celled, and fairly hollow. They have a very mild flavor. Quite a novelty.

This variety was collected in 1991 by Kent Whealy, co-founder of the Seed Savers Exchange, from a elderly seedsman[1,2] at the Bird Market in Moscow. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.

Informational References:
  1. "100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden," Dr. Carolyn Male, Workman Publishing, 1999, pages 194-195.
  2. "Seed Savers Exchange Yearbook," Seed Savers Exchange, Decorah, Iowa, 1996.
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Unique flavor
I discovered those years ago in France and have been bringing back seeds from there for that variety for the past 4 years because I could not find them locally. These tomatoes are awesome and do have a very faint lemony flavor. Great in salads or just plain. I am so glad to find them on this website.
Reviewed by: Florence Fracarossi from Bristol, VA. on 4/20/2012
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