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Wed Jul 28, 2021, 08:47 PM

Indigo Rose Tomato

Planted this variety for the first time this season. The fruit is quite stunning, but still not ripe.

Anyone ever grow them?

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Response to brokephibroke (Original post)

Wed Jul 28, 2021, 10:47 PM

1. I did last year

Color is gorgeous but I didn’t like the texture so I didn’t grow them this year.

Currently Blush are my only ripe tomatoes and I think they are good tasting despite the fact they tend to split.

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Response to zeusdogmom (Reply #1)

Wed Jul 28, 2021, 11:36 PM

2. I had a few so far

Early girl, jet setter, sun gold and a lemon boy today.

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Response to zeusdogmom (Reply #1)

Sun Aug 1, 2021, 12:37 PM

3. Just harvested and ate one

It tasted a lot better than I expected. Fairly sweet, juicy and quite low acid.

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Response to brokephibroke (Original post)

Sat Aug 14, 2021, 07:17 PM

4. Have you ever grown Kellog Breakfast tomatoes?

A great big orange tomato - mine are checking in at over a pound each. So far no cracking. The skin is thin and tender, flavor good, nice balance of meat and seed with good juice. Just used one (and only one) to make a uncooked fresh pasta sauce for 2 servings of spaghetti - ‘twas very very good 😋

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