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Large Barred Boar Organic Tomato (65-75 Days)

Germ 7-14 days / Indeterminate


Part of our Wild Boar series. Venture into this new world of gourmet tomatoes and we guarantee that you will be excited, practically sleeping near the plant, lingering, waiting for them to ripen; that moment you finally get to slice your first fruit open. Brad Gates, owner of Wild Boar Farms is a small organic farmer and passionate tomato breeder out of northern California. Using genetics and the natural mutations of heirloom varieties he selected and experimented, creating exotic, open pollinated tomatoes with many amazing colors combination, shapes, sizes,and taste. These are the heirlooms for future generations.


Ample amounts of large, flattened pink-brown fruits with lustrous green stripes range from 8-12 oz, with bigger ones possible. Rich, delicious flesh is meaty and full of flavor.

20 seeds

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Excellent flavor

This is my second year growing two plants of Large Barred Boar. The flavor is fantastic, much like my favorite Cherokee Purple. This year I am having a great year for tomatoes, and my LBB are both looking very healthy still at the end of July, having borne several huge "doubled" fruit over a pound, and other good sized regular shaped (flattened globe) ones. Going strong. into August in Maryland. I am 'sold' on Large Barred Boar.

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Fabulous Flavor, Color, Size and Early, Too

We just harvested and ate our first LBB tomato and the flavor was outstanding! It reminded us of Cherokee Purple with the volume turned up. The tomato was huge, perfect with no cracks, striped, and my first tomato to ripen from the seedlings I transplanted into raised beds in mid-April, or about 65 days from transplanting. This is my new favorite!