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Sandia Seed Company

Tomato - Cherokee Purple Heirloom Seeds

Tomato - Cherokee Purple Heirloom Seeds

Regular price $ 3.99 USD
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Open-pollinated heirloom  (75-90 days)

Fruit Color: Purple-Black. Shape: Pleated Flattened Globe. Size: 12 oz. Plant Habit: Indeterminate  Plant Size: 4-5’

Excellent flavor that is extremely sweet and complex. A large 12 oz. heirloom tomato the color of dusky rose and purple. Early tomato and heat tolerant.

History: In 1990, an unnamed variety of seeds were sent to Craig LeHoullier by John D. Green of Sevierville, TN. A letter with the seeds described that Mr. Green got the variety from a woman who, in turn, received them from her neighbor that claimed that they had been in their family for 100 years originally receiving them from Cherokee Indians.

Heirloom non-GMO  10 Seeds


All of our seeds are GMO-free.

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J
J Hicks
My favorite

These are wonderful old timey tasting tomatoes. Full flavor & nice size.

M
Maggie
Classic

We grow these every year, they are the best classic heirloom tomatoes! Meaty, intense color and delicious flavor.

B
Brian M.
Love these meaty tomatoes!

We grow these Black Krim tomatoes every year from your seed, they're super tasty and have meaty flesh. Great for Caprese Salad or even for making marinara sauce. The color is gorgeous when you cut into these beasts.

C
Chuck
Fast growing

These heirloom seeds sprouted FAST, and the plants grew huge with super tasty, fat purple-black tomatoes. Will grow every year!

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