Cherokee Purple tomato
The Cherokee Purple tomato, after years of dormancy, was rediscovered by tomato grower Craig LeHoullier, who reports that it originated with the Cherokee people over a century ago. The Cherokee Purple has a unique dusty rose color, and an extremely sweet flavor with a rich smoky taste. The Cherokee Purple has a refreshing acid, is watery, thick-skinned and earthy with a lingering flavor. The Cherokee Purple plants are very prolific, making this plant a good heirloom for gardeners and farmers.
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We are a small family farm dedicated to producing delicious, naturally-grown vegetables and greens. Our specialty is tomatoes, especially heirloom tomatoes, such as Cherokee Purple, Brandywine and Hillbilly. We also grow salad greens, cabbage, beets, garlic, potatoes, peppers, bush beans, cucumbers, zucchini, squash, kale, and fresh herbs. (more...)
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