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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

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 29 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Productive and delicious! September 6, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Rochester, NY  
We got twentyish pounds from one plant, and they're SO GOOD. Great for canning, sauce, salsa, you name it

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5 of 5 Robust and Prolific August 19, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Marshfield, VT  
The seedlings were very robust and grew into sturdy plants.  They were/are loaded with tomatoes-very prolific.
A wonderful variety.  Can’t really comment on taste as they get combined with other varieties in my pizza sauce!

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5 of 5 First year without blight! January 20, 2020
Reviewer: Terri burkett from Hemlock, NY United States  
These grew well on our property which had seen blight take whole crops in the past three years. We got them in late due to a crazy cold late spring, but harvested them until early November (covered them during frost). Very pleased! These were the first paste tomatoes I had ever grown. Very prolifiic

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3 of 5 10 Fingers of. Naples January 17, 2020
Reviewer: Liz Hoyler from ROCHESTER, NY United States  
Germination was 100%, I had very stocky, healthy looking transplants that grew well in my raised bed garden. The plants were prolific and I was very excited to see the first flush of tomatoes, only to be disappointed when they all developed blossom end rot. After that the tomatoes were mostly good. Small, firm, perfect for sauce and bruschetta.  They had a nice rich flavor and good texture. I imagine that the weather and/or my watering  habits were responsible for the poor quality of the first batch of fruit, but this variety seemed especially susceptible.

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5 of 5 December 30, 2019
Reviewer: Pat LaPoint from PAVILION, NY United States  
nice flavor, grew well

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