We received this variety from our friend Craig LeHoullier who wrote, "This is a pretty rare Florida heirloom - tiny pink fruit, probably a currant tomato, unusual in that they are pink and tasty - issue is that it holds its stem when picking, so the top can split. It is a tomato factory! One of the few that do well in Florida." It was shared with Craig by Melissa DeSa after a meeting at a Seed Savers Exchange event they both attended.
Germination is a bit slow on this one - give it 2 weeks to germinate. Our current lot tested at 80%. Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds.
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