Cour Di Bue Tomato
Cour di Bue Tomato
The Cour di Bue Tomato is a great tomato from head to core! Once you taste it you’ll need no more.
It’s everything you’ve have been looking for. It’s all of that and so much more!
That was my little poem about how I feel about this tomato, it’s that good!
Cour di Bue Tomato Vines
Cour di Bue tomato vines are long and lanky with wispy leaves. True to the oxheart family they are hearty, vigorous and productive. Vines bear clusters of 2 or 3 heart shaped tomatoes that weigh between six and 16 ounces. Most are about 10 to 14 ounces though. When well ripened, fruits are a delicious and fragrant pink. In its habit of producing many suckers, each one may produce multiple fruits. Expect your vines to be around until frost kills them. My Oxheart tomatoes do that for me each and every year.
Cour di Bue Tomato Taste
Cour di Bue tomatoes are full of that balanced, good old fashion tomato taste and then some. They are juicy and meaty down to the core. This one reminds me a little bit of Curtis Cheek tomatoes, which is my favorite oxheart. Cour di Bue are often a bit smaller and hints of acidity are more evident than Cheeks. To put it simply, this is just another fantastic oxheart in our collection of winners!! Coure di Bue could be used for sauce, fresh or cooked salsa, fresh eating off of the vine and especially for sandwiches.
Try a few plants and watch yourself smile!
Keep growing them maters!
6 weeks before last frost
Cage, stake or trellis
Green Thumb Tip
Sow seeds indoors ¼” deep. Tomatoes are sensitive to freezing temperatures, so wait to transplant outdoors until the soil is warm. Plant in full sun.
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