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Silvery Fir Tree Tomato
Silvery Fir Tree Tomato
Silvery Fir Tree Tomato
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Silvery Fir Tree Certified Naturally Grown Seed

73 days, determinate — The plants are compact (eighteen to twenty four inches high) with unusual, delicate, lacy leaves.  Some folks report that it does not require staking.  However with the weight of the fruit, we found that it greatly benefits from support.  The fruits are red in color, oblate in shape, weigh between four to ten ounces, are meaty and have an excellent flavor.

In Russian it is called '??????????? ???' (e.g. 'Serebristaya El') which translates to "Silvery Fir Tree" in English.  It is a traditional Russian variety attributed to Moscow seedswoman Marina Danilenko, brought to United States by SSE in early 1990s.  It was given to us by a local farmer friend here in Oregon.  Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.

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Silvery Fir Tomato
This variety is very decorative with feathery leaves. I have grown it in pots on my deck with good success. Flavor acceptable.
Reviewed by: June Steegstra from Everett, WA. on 3/8/2015
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