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Tomato - Indigo Rose Heirloom Seeds

Tomato - Indigo Rose Heirloom Seeds

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Open-pollinated heirloom  (75 days)

Fruit Color: Purple. Shape: Round. Size: 1-2 oz. Plant Habit: Indeterminate  Plant Size: 3’

The first truly purple-skinned tomato with clusters of round 2" fruits. The undersides turn from green to a rosy red as it ripens.

History: World's first high anthocyanin tomato was developed by Jim Myers at Oregon State Univ. using traditional plant breeding techniques. Indigo Rose has beautiful eye-catching hues of deep purple where the sunshine hits the fruit to red/orange where it is shaded.

Heirloom non-GMO    10 Seeds


All of our seeds are GMO-free.

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Ray Glosser
Indigo rose seeds

I have the seeds planted in containers in our house. They are picking their little heads up in all six containers. I’m excited to get them into the garden,just need a little more time inside. Weather in my part of Arkansas has been wonky. Great, cool, rain storm, and wind. I am just wanting to protect the plants as much as I can. I also have given away several of the seeds to friends. Checking with them, they are excited to get them to the garden.
RA Glosser

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Sherry Holt
Love the color

It's fun to have the color jump out long before ripening. Almost a hint of peach. A really nice salad or just to eat tomato

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greta
purple tomatoes with SO much character!

These were a favorite in our community garden. the color was so stunning and everyone was awed. also, one of our top producers! I will definitely be growing these again. People were amazed and the final fruit was beautiful and a delicious cutting tomato!

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Jill
Deep purple

Great seeds, all sprouted, I had extra seedlings to give away! The tomatoes are delicious, though they do take a long time to turn red underneath – they look ripe and purple right away, but definitely make sure you wait until their undersides turn red before eating – they're super delicious when ripe!! These are a novelty and are quite tasty, so we'll be growing them again!

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