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Tomato - Beefsteak Seeds

Tomato - Beefsteak Seeds

Regular price $ 2.49 USD
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Vigorous tomato with exceptional disease resistance, succulent flavor, and enormous fruit size. 

This huge red beefsteak tomato is meaty and tastes both mild and sweet. Great for sandwiches. Our summertime favorite is the BLT with one thick slice of this tomato. This indeterminate plant can grow very tall and needs a cage or tie to a stake for support. A dependable big tomato with intense flavor.

Open-pollinated heirloom (90 days) 

Plant Habit: Indeterminate. Plant Size: 6-8’. Fruit Color: Red Shape: Flattened globe. Size:12-16 oz.   10 seeds

All of our seeds are GMO-free.

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J
Julia Loves Tomatoes
Delicious!

These are beautiful, nice big red tomatoes – great for making Caprese salad!

C
Connie
Heirloom or Hybrid???

Is this an Heirloom or a Hybrid? Which is it?
The package says Heirloom and the description here says Hybrid.
Which is it?

Good point! It is a Hybrid, we will fix the packaging!

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