Orange Oxheart tomato
The Orange Oxheart tomato is a family heirloom from the Virginias region. This fruit has a deep orange skin, which hides a dense, orange flesh. The Oxheart is appropriately heart-shaped and can grow to a large size, often weighing in at one pound or more. The meat of the tomato is dense with a rich aroma. This heirloom tomato has superior flavor and its meatiness makes it excellent for salsas and canning.
Fresh Earth Farms - We take the FAR out of Farming! Support truly local food! We are located in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Your produce has mere minutes of travel -- not days or even hours. We utilize natural methods to grow healthy, nutritious, deliciously fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs. (more...)
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