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Organic Ten Fingers of Naples Tomato
Organic Ten Fingers of Naples Tomato
Organic Ten Fingers of Naples Tomato


 
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HEIRLOOM We prefer Ten Fingers of Naples over San Marzano for its rich flavor and disease resistance. Its long trusses (often numbering ten, hence the name)of meaty fruits with few seeds make salsa and sauce making a dream.

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Organic Ten Fingers of Naples Tomato HEIRLOOM We were introduced to Ten Fingers of Naples by our dear friend Owen Bridge of Annapolis Seeds in Nova Scotia. An heirloom from Naples, Italy he gave it to us (mostly) because we live in Naples, New York. So of course we grew them hoping (as every mother hopes brilliance for her child) that they would grow brilliantly here in Naples, New York. And they did.

We prefer Ten Fingers of Naples over San Marzano for its rich flavor and disease resistance. Its long trusses (often numbering ten, hence the name)of meaty fruits with few seeds make salsa and sauce making a dream. Also, this was our final paste tomato to succumb to Late Blight on our farm in 2013.

Indeterminate.

75 days to maturity

Lycopersicon lycopersicum

Transplanting Tomatoes
How to Identify 3 Tomato Diseases

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A Superior Sauce Tomato October 10, 2018
Reviewer: anthony reale from allen park, MI United States  
I have grown 7 other verities of San Marzano Tomato's from F1 super hybrids, Jersey devils,  to a family strain we call Uncle Nick's.  In comparison I would say  Ten Fingers of Naples Tomato are a Med to Med high yielder.  They showed no signs of illness, and grew into a manageable 8 ft plant.  The fruit quality is  exceptional, with very little gel inside and flavor packed meat.  To day I have grown over 48 verities of tomatoes, I an happy to say this one has made the top 10 list, and will be returning.

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great sauce tomatoes December 12, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Geneseo, NY United States  
From four of these tomato plants I was able to cook up all the sauce I need for the freezer. Sweet and rich, no sugar needed. Tomatoes were consistent, a good size for cutting up (two cuts/tomato), grew in large clumps all season. Excellent.



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Extremely prolific and great for sauce December 12, 2017
Reviewer: Barbara Page from Hardwick, MA United States  
Ten fingers was a hit in our garden this year! We made lots of sauce for the winter. Delicious and prolific.

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December 6, 2017
Reviewer: Gwen Stockdale Fellows from Naples, NY United States  
OK.  Not as flavorful as other paste tomatoes.

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December 5, 2017
Reviewer: Jennifer Ortolaza from Spencer, NY United States  


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