An heirloom, Italian variety of good size. It is a superior paste tomato but also eaten fresh. Try cutting in half, drizzle with olive oil and salt and roast until reduced in half. Then use them to make your tomato sauce. Incredible intense flavour will jazz up those winter meals. The plant can bear up to 10-12 bunches of fruit with easily removable skin. Tart taste. Sun 80 days, Heirloom, Indeterminate.
Heirloom San Marzano Tomato
The plants want good soil, lots of sun and heat, regular feeding, and careful staking. Your reward will be sweet fruit for many weeks, plus the rich, unmistakable Tomato scent that alone is enough to make your mouth water.
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