Captain Lucky Tomato
Captain Lucky tomato is a potato leaf variety. It produces 6-10 ounce, bi-colored, delicious slicers. Plants are robust and grow to about 5 feet tall and have shown good disease resistance for us. Tomatoes grow in clusters of about 5. They begin to ripen about 80 days after transplant. This bi-color beauty is rich, fruity and juicy.
The interior of this gem is beautifully marbled with different shades of pinks on green. Perfect for garnishing, slicing, market sales, cooking and fresh eating off the vine. If you are looking for a consistent tomato that will not let you down, then this is the way to go. Also check out its sister tomato.
Still as good this year as it was before. This is definitely in my top 10 list for both beauty and taste.
Joe Hartsfield –
Unusual colors and fun to grow . The taste was a little tart for me but not bad. You cant go wrong!
This is a beautiful, delicious tomato! I’m growing it again in 2018.