Bicolors, Stripes, and Antho
Bicolor, stripe, antho

Great White Blues


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One of the largest and most beautiful anthocyanin tomatoes yet existent comes Great White Blues. The prolific blue-green regular leaf foliated plants produce such an abundance and weight of tomato on each truss that they harvest themselves, ripping from the vine, and need to be tied up with hemp or even mesh like with melons. The flavor is sweet and mild in the heat of summer but in the cool nights at the end of the season the fruits seem to become infused with a rich tomato essence best savored raw, as well as decreasing seed production in the fruits, leaving only velvety flesh with no core. The moderate disease resistance allows the production to continue in misty soggy weather, and the anthocyanin prevents sunburn in more arid regions. At least 6 seeds per packet.