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How to Grow Black Krim Tomatoes

Black Krim is an unusual, beefsteak type tomato. It has good taste. It's skin and flesh coloring makes it a conversation anywhere it is served.


Description:

Black Krim plants are indeterminate vines, growing up to 6 feet tall. A single plant produces a moderate yield of large fruit.

Days to Maturity: 80 from setting plants out in the garden.

The fruit 's skin is purple-brown-black, with red and black flesh. Fruit is tasty with a sweet, rich flavor. Black Krim fruit has a flattened globe shape, and weighs about 8 ounces.

Use Black Krim tomatoes for slicing, sandwiches, salads, or eating fresh from your home garden.


History and Origin:

The Black Krim variety originated in the Ukraine, in the Isle of Krim in the Black Sea. 


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