Product Number: 416
Ping pong ball sized, dry, not much flavor, doesn’t keep long.
Was very pleased The plants are beautiful. Can't wait for the tomatoes.
Warning, these comments won't apply in a lot of regions. We live where we don't have to worry about frost. It never freezes. We discovered these tomatoes about six years ago and really liked them, but we've stopped buying the seeds. That is because they have naturalized on our yard! We have a big yard by Southern California standards, but a tiny yard compared to yards in most places. We still plant a couple of varieties of beefsteaks in our garden, but don't need to start the Gardeners Delights. We just look for tomato plants growing near decorative plants outside of the garden. The first plants generally appear in January. It is now mid-April and we have the first tiny fruit. They usually keep growing tomatoes until about October. They taste great.