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This vigorous, open-pollinated HEIRLOOM has won taste testing awards coast to coast. With the signature rich flavor and meaty texture of a classic black tomato, these will not disappoint. Fruits are a blocky round, 10- to 14-ounces, with olive shoulders that fade into a very dark, brick red.
This vigorous and high-yielding cherry is cause for celebration — a late-blight resistant crop, bred by Johnny’s, to keep us harvesting right up until frost! Arrays of decorative calyxes are loaded with Uniform and bright crimson fruit. Firm meaty texture is balanced with a sweet and classically robust flavor.
A beloved and influential HEIRLOOM that has become parent to many best-selling varieties over the years, including Radiator Charlie’s much loved Mortgage Lifter. If you have a love affair like I do with a Brandywine, consider tantalizing your taste buds with the noteworthy flavor of these deep pink, rich and creamy, nearly crack-free fruits. More uniform, and slightly smaller than Brandywine, this regular-leafed strain is earlier and more productive than the potato-leafed strain.
The biggest and the best of the “white” tomatoes, these creamy, 14- to 16-ounce gems are packed with a superbly sweet almost melon-like flavor, with nuances of fresh-cut pineapple. Very juicy, low acid, few seeds, with excellent resistance to cracking. This HEIRLOOM giant will quickly become one of your favorite fresh-eating tomatoes!
High levels of anthocyanin, a naturally occurring antioxidant found in blueberries, have made the Indigo™ series famous. Cherry Drops may be the best tasting Indigo yet! The coloration is striking — indigo shoulders, rosy undersides and a deep red flesh. Excellent sweet flavor and incredibly large yields are the hallmarks of this delightful indeterminate producer. For the best flavor and texture, harvest when the colors have deepened and the fruit is soft to the touch.
This All American Selections winner was chosen for taste, long harvest window and outstanding performance. The rich, tangy-sweet, crack-resistant fruits, borne on small trusses, hold equally well on the vine after ripening and post-harvest. Their resistance to early blight, Septoria leaf spot, and late blight will keep you picking all summer long!
This widely adapted, reliable cherry with outstanding yields, is resistant to fusarium wilt and verticillium wilt. Tall indeterminate vines churn out long pendulous clusters of deliciously sweet, bite-sized fruits. Stake it well, give it plenty of room, then enjoy a bumper crop of these juicy, Vitamin C laden little cherries until frost.