Tomato - Pruden's Purple
It’s not really purple, but deep pink color with slight shoulder ribbing. Plants have potato foliage.
History: Also referred to as Prudence, the seeds were reintroduced in the mid-1980s. This old family heirloom doesn’t have a clear history, but the story attributes its development to an old woman in Eastern Kentucky by the name of Mrs. Pruden. Its fantastic sweet taste rivals Brandywine and it may be easier to grow.
Organic Open-pollinated heirloom (72-80 days)
Plant Habit: Indeterminate. Plant Size: 5’. Fruit Color: Dark Pink. Shape: Flattened globe. Size: 10-16 oz. 10 seeds
All of our seeds are GMO-free.