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Oxheart Tomatoes

Posted by sheila65 z9CA (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 26, 13 at 17:10

Has anyone in the Sacramento Valley had any luck with oxheart-type tomatoes? I found seeds for a beautiful tomato called Orange Strawberry Oxheart but if it doesn't do well in our hot, dry climate I don't want to waste garden space on it....I'll be planting my tomato seeds under grow lights soon!


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RE: Oxheart Tomatoes

Sheila, you might also want to try cross-posting your question on the Tomatoes Forum. You'll reach a different group of gardeners and double the chances of getting a response.

Kay


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RE: Oxheart Tomatoes

Thanks Kay, I'll try that!


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RE: Oxheart Tomatoes

I have tried over 100 types of tomatoes, and I think Orange Strawberry is DELICIOUS, but it does not set a huge crop, at least in Sacramento, very few yellow/orange tomatoes do (except for Yellow Pear but BLECH) If you want a lot of tomatoes, I would suggest New Zealand Pear, which is sort of a large Oxheart-paste type, it pumps out the tomatoes and is quite tasty. I think you should plant them both!

Carla in Sac


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RE: Oxheart Tomatoes

Would that be the New Zealand Pear from Mariseeds, Carla? I see a smaller tomato described with the same name elsewhere.

Here is a link that might be useful: New Zealand Pear Tomato (large)


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