Black Krim Tomato Plant from Sweet Corn Organic Nursery

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It’s time! No matter where you live, it’s probably warm enough to plant tomatoes. Here’s one of my favorite heirloom varieties. This indeterminate tomato (gardener-speak for, “Starts growing and doesn’t stop pushing out tomatoes until the frost slams in”) produces dark, beefy tomatoes that are nearly black inside and taste a little smoky. It’s the sweetest August treat.

May be available from a local nursery. If you can’t find it locally, this mail-order source is reasonably reliable.

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