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Popular since the late 1800s for its tender, mild-flavored, yellow pear-shaped fruits that are low in acid with a sweet lingering flavor delicious in salads or pickled. Clusters of 1–2 inches fruits proliferate all summer on tall, disease resistant plants that need to be staked. Indeterminate
Days to Harvest: 70
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The Yellow Pear Tomato is pop in your mouth – straight from the vine, delicious! It is a very tasty tomato and makes a great salad combination with the Fox Cherry Tomato. Sometimes the plant is very prolific, growing over 4” in diameter from just one plant. Homemade compost really brings out the sweet delicate flavor of this tomato. The years that we have a bumper crop, I slice them in ½ and put them in a dehydrator for a yummy snack during the winter. They grow great at the elevation of 6500 feet, yet need some extra protection at 9000 feet – in a cold frame or greenhouse.
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