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As the name implies this tomato plant can survive some pretty dramatic weather. With sharp flavor and good flesh to seed ratio they can be used in most cooked an raw preparations, and they tend to resist cracking, they even are sunburn resistant when they are hardening off! One year some of the Perfect Storm plants got flooded along with other tomatoes, and the perfect storm was the only type to recover from the stress. The disease resistance also is nothing to be scoffed at, with green lower leaves towards the middle of the season, they make fending off septoria and early blight look easy, with some moderate tolerance of late blight and fusarium wilt. The squat regular leaf bushes send prostrate suckers in every direction and can benefit from staking, but if pruned will not produce well. Although the plants stay small they are indeterminate or semi-determinate, and fruit throughout the season. At least 15 seeds per packet.