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Tomato - Arkansas Traveler Heirloom Seeds

Tomato - Arkansas Traveler Heirloom Seeds

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Open-pollinated heirloom  (85 days)

Fruit Color: Pink. Shape: Round. Size: 8 oz. Plant Habit: Indeterminate  Plant Size: 6’

Rosy-pink 8 oz. fruits have that classic tomato flavor with a balance of sweet and tart. A very dependable producer.

History: This great tasting heirloom originated in the Ozark Mountains before 1900, and was grown throughout the South from northwest Arkansas to North Carolina. Arkansas Traveler is prized for its ability to produce flavorful tomatoes under conditions of high heat, humidity, or drought. It's very flavorful, medium-sized tomatoes resist cracking. 

Heirloom, Non-GMO    10 Seeds



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Mom o.g.
Great Success

I grew these last year and again this year. I started the seeds 3/31/2024 in a greenhouse. Germination was good--all but one seed sprouted. Over the years, I've found that planting medium determines successful germination. Happy Frog never fails.

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Rick Sawyer
Poor Germination

Slow to germinate at a low percentage. Managed only 3 from seed pack of about 12 seeds. Too late in season to start over so I will be looking for an Arkansas Traveler plant which is not too easy to find.

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