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Nonna's Prize (VFF) Hybrid Tomato
Looks Like an Heirloom, Grows Like a Hybrid!
(7 customer reviews)
This “hybrid heirloom” variety has the unique ribbed teardrop shape of a traditional Italian heirloom type, but it delivers so much more! You’ll enjoy higher yields of deliciously dense, meaty fruits and improved disease resistance. Plus, they won’t crack or scar like many heirlooms. Excellent rich, tangy flavor makes them ideal for sauces and fresh eating. Indeterminate. 80 DAYS.
Tomato plants are not available in ME and MT.
Seeds will be shipped within 5-10 days of your order.
Plants ship only in the spring. If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.
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- Tuesday, January 10, 2012
I would recommend!
Reviewed By: Robin Dreese (North Benton, OH)
I was so impressed with this tomato! Ordering this year's seeds now!
- Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Best of those I grew
Reviewed By: Kimberly (Richmond, Virginia)
Just reordered seed for my spring garden. I grew 5 different varieties, searching for a productive tomato that would survive Virginia's summer draughts and this won on all counts. Hardiness and great production. What more could you want?
- Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Reviewed By: Pam R (Brooksville, Maine)
This is a great tomato to grow. I love it on fresh and it makes great sauce. Very meaty. I will grow this one again next season.
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