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Tomato - Yellow Pear Beam's Heirloom Seeds

Tomato - Yellow Pear Beam's Heirloom Seeds

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Delicious bright yellow fruits grow on very productive plants all season. The mild and sweet flavor is great for fresh eating. History: Yellow pears have been grown in Europe since the 1700s. During the 1800s, this sweet, small, pear-shaped tomato came to both England and the United States. It traveled west with the pioneers and north with the fur trade. This could be the prettiest tomato in your garden. They are just like a yellow cherry tomato in an appealing pear shape

Plant Habit: Indeterminate. Plant Size: 6‘-8’ Fruit Color: Yellow. Shape: Pear-shaped cherry Size: 1-1/2” long. Open-pollinated, Heirloom (73-80 days) 

Non-GMO    10 Seeds


All of our seeds are GMO-free.

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Beautifully shaped little tomato

I wanted to try heirloom tomatoes so chose one pack 10 seeds of these yellow pear shaped tomatoes and the Mexican Midgets--which are fabulous as well. Started indoors with a plant light.
Very sturdy stems, very healthy plants, fruit is not ripe yet- but hundred of them are set and waiting to ripen.
6 feet tall as of 8-13-21
Sandia seed sent along really helpful instructions with the seeds. I know it made a big difference this year. thank you!

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