BERNER ROSE CSB(A)

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(Lycopersicon esculentum)  Swiss heirloom.  Rounded, medium to large, red to pinkish fleshy fruit with rich tomato flavour.  Great for all areas but does especially well in cooler southern areas with short growing season.  Ideal for slicing, salads or cooked dishes.  80 seeds   

(TomatoBush01093-csba)

SKU TomatoBush01093-csba
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

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