German Pink Tomato
The German pink tomato is a Bavarian variety that is currently grown in Festina, Iowa. The plants produce large 1-2 pound meaty fruits with few seeds. The German Pink tomato has a full sweet flavor, even floral, and it is tender skinned. The tomato is an extremely versatile fruit, as it is excellent for canning and freezing but also slicing and juicing.
We are a small, family farm that focuses on growing the most nutrient-dense, flavorful, and regenerative produce & livestock that we can. Faith-based permaculture with a focus on sharing and bartering our abundance is a large part of what we do. As Chapter Leaders for the Peoria Area Weston A. (more...)
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