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Additional heirloom tomato plants will be available for sale. Come early for best selection, just $3 each. Proceeds benefit FNLPM.
The following varieties are available in limited supply on a first-come basis:
Bonnie Best—This famous old canning tomato introduced in 1908 by Walter P. Stokes seed house. One of the most respected canning varieties in America in the first half of the twentieth century. Medium-sized fruit is round, red, meaty and loaded with flavor. A good producer that makes a fine slicer too.
Sutton’s Peach Blow—Introduced in 1897 by the Sutton & Sons Seed Company of Reading, England. Fruit average about six ounces each and are pink in color mottled with hues of orange, red, and yellow. Their skins are firm, and although not fuzzy have a dull or matte appearance. Rich and sweet flavor with a tiny bit of tartness at the finish.