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Another in the ongoing series – Exploring Tomatoes This low acid novelty looks a bit like a banana, well, kinda sorta – a 4 inch long bright yellow banana with a point at one end and very pale green stripes running the length of the fruit. Like I said, kinda sorta. This is one dependable […]
Another in the ongoing series – Exploring Tomatoes Awesome. Exotic. And well worth waiting every one of the 85 days it will take to mature. The Cuore di bue tomato is one of my favorites. Oxheart. What a name. What a tomato.
Another in the ongoing series – Exploring Tomatoes These pear shaped heirlooms are small, averaging about 1.5 inches long. They have been grown in United States gardens for over two hundred years. In the past cooks used the fruit to make a sweet preserved delicacy that was enjoyed throughout the winter. Nowadays gardeners grow them […]
Another in the ongoing series – Exploring Tomatoes No wonder they call it Gold Medal! Full, sweet flavor, low acid and almost two pounds, these yellow and red bi-color beauties sport a classic multi-lobed heirloom look. If you can find some of these, try one. You will not be disappointed. I have no […]
Another in the ongoing series – Exploring Tomatoes Green, purple orange and yellow all at the same time. Meet Ananas Noire, or as Bart calls it “the Anais Nin tomato”. WOW!! Another great find from Tomatomania. It was marked Ananas Nir, but it was not until I googled it last week that I […]
The first in an ongoing series – Exploring Tomatoes WOW!! What a tomato! Introduced by Thompson and Morgan seed growers in 1992, Sungold is new to me this year. While at Tomatomania some home gardeners were extolling the plant’s virtues, and am I ever glad I was there to listen in. “You won’t […]