Tomato - Solar Flare (Large) Young Plant

$5.00

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About this product

This 6-10 ounce beefsteak is red with gold stripes and has very meaty flesh with luscious sweet red tomato flavor.

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 color combinations, shapes, sizes, and taste.

Golden metallic stripes flare from the top and bottom of the bright red, 6-10 oz beefsteak type fruit. Excellent production continues to the end of the growing season with good scab resistance. Flavorful taste, having a perfect balance of sweet and acid.

Indeterminate  (vining)

85 Days to Maturity
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