(Lycopersicon esculentum) Exotic heirloom from Italy. Flat, red fruit with rich tomato flavour. High yields. Use in salads or for making sauces, pastes etc 70 days. 180 seeds
By: moira on 9 February 2018
Early cropping, beautiful small sweet juicy tomato. These plants just keep producing fruit in abundance, well worth planting. A tomato that has TASTE.
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