(Lycopersicon esculentum) Heirloom. Baby, 'plum' or 'roma' shaped, rich red fruit to 2.5cm long with sweet, spicy flavour. Used fresh or dried. High yields. 85 days. 200 seeds
By: Deb on 5 February 2014
The most prolific tomato we've ever grown.... heaps of fruit.... and so sweet! A favourite!
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