Piedmont Pear Tomato
A pretty and tasty variety, Piedmont Pear tomato will turn heads in your garden. High producing plants are about 5 feet tall and begin ripening their fruits around day 75 from transplant. These had really good disease resistance for us. Fruits are borne in many clusters of 5 or 6 and when fully ripened are sweeter, mild and have fruity undertones. A pleasure for snacking, making preserves (jams etc) and plating/garnish. These would be a nice addition to any tomato garden. Try them!