Test of Extremely Cold Hardy Tomato
I will be doing a test of an extremely cold hardy tomato plant which has been known to survive through frosts and snowfalls. Is anyone familiar with the 'Northern Nibbler Tomato'?
The writeup states;
"Great tasting tomatoes vary in size between 1 and 3 inches in diameter. Can be planted outdoors up to 2 months early. I have actually had these plants survive early spring snow storms. Perfect for the Northern gardener."
I will be trying to grow this tomato as my winter garden tomato, but I wonder if anybody else has tried it in their Central Florida winter garden? It will be great if it does all it says.