Black Krim blushing on August 25th
More Black Krim blushing and ripening on August 28th
Black Prince blushing on August 25th
More Black Prince blushing and ripening on August 28th
Black and Red Boar blushing and ripening on August 28th
Green Zebra blushing on August 25th
Paul Robeson blushing on August 28th
Tasmanian Chocolate blushing on August 28th
Vorlon blushing on August 28th
The Cherokee Purple was grown from seed saved from a CP plant grown in 2012, which was in turn grown from seed saved from a CP plant grown in 2011. This year's plant is producing unusually small fruit, only about 1.5 oz. versus the more typical 4-6 oz. CP fruit. However, it's very prolific compared to CP and other larger black tomatoes. I've already harvested 10 fruit, and the plant still has about 50 more fruit between 1-2" in diameter.
Cherokee Purple blushing on August 25th
More Cherokee Purple blushing and ripening on August 28th
Last year I grew Isis Candy from seed but ended up getting 1" red cherry tomatoes that were almost as sweet as Sungold. I saved seed and planted two plants this year, Not Isis Candy I and II. The Not Isis Candy I plant is producing Jaune Flamme-size fruit with the look and sweetness of Isis Candy.
Not Isis Candy I blushing on August 28th