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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

Grown by Fruition Seeds in Naples, NY

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Ten fingers January 8, 2017
Reviewer: nick koutrelakos from sykesville, MD United States  
Very productive. Plants were beautiful. Lasted till end of September.

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good canner November 15, 2016
Reviewer: Ron Sipling from Fulton, NY United States  
will grow it again next year

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Ten Fingers November 8, 2016
Reviewer: Mackenzie Z. from Penfield, NY  
The Ten Fingers of Naples Tomato variety will be a staple each year!

Over the summer of 2016, we grew six plants and had tomatoes coming out of our ears! We would harvest weekly and get pounds of tomatoes at a time, bags full.

The Plants themselves grew wide and about 2 feet fall. Be sure to trellis them as they do tend to lean once fruit starts producing. They were pest resistant and long lasting.

The Tomato itself is delicious. We had more then what we could eat, so we made canned whole tomatoes, salsa, sauce and bruschetta. It's a very versatile fruit and can be used both raw and cooked.



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Ten Fingers of Naples May 8, 2015
Reviewer: Conor Darcy from Syracuse, NY United States  
Great germination rate, quick to come up and fast growing.

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