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BLACK BEAUTY TOMATO
Solanum lycopersicum

SKU: 126-010
Regular price 4.99
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This is the blackest tomato available, and is also very large! Their are other black tomatoes like Indigo Rose (small), Blue Beauty (medium), and Indigo Apple (large), but this 'Black Beauty' is the LARGEST tomato of all the blacks, and also the BLACKEST of all! The largest fruit are 6" across! These fruit are absolutely stunning, with dark color from the to the table, top to bottom! The interior is deep red and juicy. The plants are extremely prolific, too, as for the large tomatoes, they have produced more fruit than any other variety that we grow! Try this new variety!

Seeds per pack: 10

Note: Only the ripe tomato fruit is edible. All other parts are poisonous.

Germination: Start indoors in a sterile seed-start mix 6-8 weeks before the last frost date for your area. Germinate at 21C (70F) and keep consistently moist. Once growing place under bright lights at 16-21C (60-70F) and can be slightly moist but never saturated. Plant outdoors in full sun once all chance of frost is passed.

BLACK BEAUTY TOMATO
Solanum lycopersicum

SKU: 126-010
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Description

This is the blackest tomato available, and is also very large! Their are other black tomatoes like Indigo Rose (small), Blue Beauty (medium), and Indigo Apple (large), but this 'Black Beauty' is the LARGEST tomato of all the blacks, and also the BLACKEST of all! The largest fruit are 6" across! These fruit are absolutely stunning, with dark color from the to the table, top to bottom! The interior is deep red and juicy. The plants are extremely prolific, too, as for the large tomatoes, they have produced more fruit than any other variety that we grow! Try this new variety!

Seeds per pack: 10

Note: Only the ripe tomato fruit is edible. All other parts are poisonous.

Germination: Start indoors in a sterile seed-start mix 6-8 weeks before the last frost date for your area. Germinate at 21C (70F) and keep consistently moist. Once growing place under bright lights at 16-21C (60-70F) and can be slightly moist but never saturated. Plant outdoors in full sun once all chance of frost is passed.