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Red Fig

*Ark of Taste Heirloom* 
So named because they were used as a substitute for dried figs in winters past (18th century), these vines are vigorous and heavy yielding with pear shaped fruits. We have been on the lookout for a good red pear tomato and these are among the best. In the cool, wet growing seasons of 07, 08, 10 and 11 (!) they exhibited the best (almost complete) late blight resistance of any tomato we’ve ever grown. Like all pear type tomatoes irregular watering habits will cause cracking. Slightly later maturing then Yellow Pear.
Indeterminate, 80-85 days. WF


Packet: 30-35 seeds

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Product code: TOM-RF

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
Red Fig - Pkt
$3.50
Red Fig - 100 seeds
$6.00
Orders received between now and the new year will be shipped beginning in late January. If you would like your order shipped earlier, please send an email to uprisingseeds@riseup.net at the time of the order.

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*Ark of Taste Heirloom* 
So named because they were used as a substitute for dried figs in winters past (18th century), these vines are vigorous and heavy yielding with pear shaped fruits. We have been on the lookout for a good red pear tomato and these are among the best. In the cool, wet growing seasons of 07, 08, 10 and 11 (!) they exhibited the best (almost complete) late blight resistance of any tomato we’ve ever grown. Like all pear type tomatoes irregular watering habits will cause cracking. Slightly later maturing then Yellow Pear.
Indeterminate, 80-85 days. WF

Packet: 30-35 seeds

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