(Lycopersicon esculentum) Italian type. Strong, stocky plant producing, red, pear-shaped fruit, with thick, meaty red flesh & very few seeds. Heavy producing (up to 200 fruit per plant). Disease resistant. Ideal for making pastes and sauces. 75-80 days. 150 seeds
DID YOU KNOW: Bush tomatoes generally produce their fruit all at once over a span of 1-2 weeks (ideal for making sauces etc). Climbing types continue to grow & produce fruit until they are eventually killed by frost (good for home gardeners wanting a small amount of fruits ripening over the whole growing season).
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