Wooly Blue Jay
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Hands down the best flavored anthocyanin tomato I have tasted, a strange and surprising eventuality considering its intentional novelty as a fuzzy fruited tomato, and ornamental blue fuzzy foliage. In fact every part of the plant seems to be bristling with soft peach fuzz, from the stems to the sepals, and even the flower petals and anther cones! With remarkable tolerance to disease and high quality flavor, it is hard to say if they belong in the flower garden or in the vegetable patch,
although both at once would probably be for the best. They are late to mature ripe fruits, waiting as long as Skykomish, but if you have the season for it, they are well worth the wait. Considering the excellent quality it is no surprise that this tomato was developed by Tom Wagner of Washington state. Although the vines are indeterminate, if given more than 3 gallons they can be containerized with good result. the final height is usually around 4-4.5 feet. At least 6 seeds per packet.