Port de Antuzi Tomato

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Last season, I received Port De Antuzi tomato seeds from a friend in California. He insisted that I had to grow it out because it was very rare and almost extinct. He explained that the seeds were given to his aunt by a relative from Latvia, around 1973. The seeds were spread around his family for years and eventually, some made their way to him. When I grew these out I was very pleased! Ripened fruits were sweeter and flavorful. They grew to about 4-8 0unces and ripened to a beautiful yellow, almost like Amish Gold Slicer or Dad’s Sunset. Texture was amazing! These are perfect slicers. Great for fresh eating, cooking, canning and so much more. Grow these out!

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Port de Antuzi Tomato

Last season, I received Port De Antuzi tomato seeds from a friend in California. He insisted that I had to grow it out because it was very rare and almost extinct. He explained that the seeds were given to his aunt by a relative from Latvia, around 1973. The seeds were spread around his family for years and eventually, some made their way to him. When I grew these out I was very pleased! Ripened fruits were sweeter and flavorful. They grew to about 4-8 0unces and ripened to a beautiful yellow, almost like Amish Gold Slicer or Dad’s Sunset. Texture was amazing! These are perfect slicers. Great for fresh eating, cooking, canning and so much more. Grow these out!

 

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Tomato Seeds

10 SEEDS, 25 Seeds

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14/2/2021: Hi everyone. Just a quick note to say that due to COVID-19, we are still running behind on orders. Presently, processing time is about 5 days plus shipping. Please consider this before making your order. ~Curtis T Maters

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